Course Descriptions

Course Title:  01:082:118  Looking at Twenty-First Century World History

Academic Credits:  3 credits

CREDIT NOT GIVE FOR THIS COURSE AND 01:506:118

Mode of Instruction:  Lecture

Course Prerequisites and Corequisites:  None

Core Curriculum:  CC and HST 

Course Description:

An interdisciplinary examination of the role of the visual in both our daily lives and in the way we remember the past. Taught through a series of topics ranging from war and violence and gender to work and play. 

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Disclaimer:  These course descriptions/synopses pages have been provided as samples and the information should not be considered accurate or current.  For actual course information, refer to the course site hosted by a Rutgers Learning Management System (Sakai, Canvas, etc.) as of first day of class.

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Contact

Laura Weigert, Chair

Carla Yanni, Undergraduate Program Director 

Tamara Sears, Graduate Program Director

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