U UNI 151/151Z Human Identity and Technology I (3)
Brings writing, language, literature, and the arts to bear on issues of human identity as the “self” is understood in relation to groups, culture, and institutions.
U UNI 152/152Z Human Identity and Technology I (3)
Explores the questions of how individual identity is understood in relation to groups, cultures, and institutions and how that understanding is produced through various technologies.
U UNI 153/153T/153U Human Identity and Technology II (3)
Explores human identity as it relates to issues of racial and ethnic diversity and gender-related concerns in the United States; explores as well how human identity is related to sociopolitical concerns and their aesthetic representations.
U UNI 154/154Z Human Identity and Technology II (3)
Examines cultural definitions of the individual in relation to nature; questions of the origin of life and the fate of Homo sapiens will be explored, along with study of the environment.
U UNI 155/155Z Human Identity and Technology I (3)
Examines how writing, literature, the arts and religion have represented the changing manifestations of our understanding of human identity.
U UNI 156/156Z Human Identity and Technology I (3)
Explores the historical development of the concept of human identity from prehistory through the 18th century.
U UNI 157T/157U/157Z Human Identity and Technology II (3)
Examines contemporary approaches to issues of human identity, particularly as it relates to society.
U UNI 158/158Z Human Identity and Technology II (3)
Explores contemporary understandings of human identify from Darwinian evolution through contemporary genetics.