MUS 250 - Ideologies of Music, Art, and Literature
SP O/SP E
This interdisciplinary arts course investigates topics in theology, psychology, Romantic conceptions of nature, and other concepts within the discipline of humanities. The multi-layered nature of the arts, in regard to these topics, is revealed through close readings of specific musical compositions, paintings, sculpture, literary texts, writings by artists, philosophers, and cultural theorists, and theater productions from various periods in history and regions of the world.
Prerequisites & Notes
Sophomore class status or permission of instructor