Chair Thelma S. Rohrer
130 EXPERIENCING THE ARTS - 3 hours
An introduction to various artistic experiences not primarily dependent on words, including art, cinema, music and theatre. The course emphasizes the interrelatedness of the arts and examines art works of various periods, genres and styles. Includes lab for viewing and listening. C-4AR.
210 WOMEN IN THE ARTS - 3 hours
A study of the role of women in the fine arts. Material will be studied from the following areas: selected women composers and artists of the 18th through 20th centuries, the role of women in theatre, film and dance. Prerequisite: HUM 130.
221 PRE-COLUMBIAN CIVILIZATION - 3 hours
Study of the history of Pre-Columbian America, including a trip to archeological sites of the Maya, Inca or other early civilizations. Course will also focus on the interaction between indigenous populations and the European culture now dominant in those countries.