Great Books Program

English, ENGL = 0130; History, HIST = 0144; Philosophy, PHIL = 0152

4130. Great Books of the Western World. 3 hours. A series of readings selected from the classics of Western civilization before the Renaissance, from the Sumerian epics to Shakespeare. Weekly lectures by a literary scholar, a historian and a philosopher. One day each week is set aside for class discussion of the readings. Prerequisite(s): each student is required to enroll in ENGL 4130, HIST 4130 and PHIL 4130. Offered fall semester.

4140. Great Books of the Western World. 3 hours. A series of readings selected from the classics of Western civilization since the Renaissance, from Cervantes to the present. Weekly lectures by a literary scholar, a historian and a philosopher. One day each week is set aside for class discussion of the readings. Prerequisite(s): each student is required to enroll in ENGL 4140, HIST 4140 and PHIL 4140. Offered spring semester.

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