December 13, 2023 – January 4, 2024
Registration will begin Tuesday, October 17, via ULink. For more information about Winter Session, visit https://louisville.edu/wintersession.
Interdisciplinary study of the arts and humanities in contemporary American culture emphasizing the convergence of European, African, Hispanic, Asian, and indigenous cultures, as well as the distinguishing characteristics of each culture as revealed in three of the following areas: fine arts, drama, literature, philosophy, religion, and popular entertainment.
|HUM 152-53||DISTANCE EDUCATION||J. Cresseveur|
|Note: This section uses low-cost course materials/textbooks (under $50).|
The study of the principal world religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and indigenous traditions) in their cultural contexts.
|HUM 216-50||DISTANCE EDUCATION||M. Hagan|
Introduction to the fundamentals of film form and film content, including narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, genre, acting, and sound, with emphasis on relationships between these elements and diverse cultural contexts.
|HUM 224-52||DISTANCE EDUCATION||L. Mercer|
Mythology of Greek gods and goddesses through the study of ancient texts, major sites of worship, and ancient representations of these deities.
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
|HUM 338-50||DISTANCE EDUCATION||S. Watkins|