A foundational seminar for honors students that examines the concept of “culture” from a range of perspectives drawn from the field of cultural studies. Students read and interpret cultural texts, examine the culture of their academic discipline, and engage in field-based activities that apply theory to practice. High standards of academic reading, writing, and discussion are expected throughout the course, and students are asked to complete substantial papers, presentations, and research projects.
Prerequisites & Notes Acceptance in the Endicott Scholars Program. Satisfies the ENG 112 Critical Reading and Writing II core requirement.