CC 455 A: Inquiry in the Liberal Arts

The “TA Course” provides selected CC seniors a unique opportunity for both teaching and learning. As more advanced and mature students, the Tutorial Assistants are well equipped to introduce first year students to foundational liberal arts texts as well as to the general atmosphere and expectations of Christ College. As students about to complete their undergraduate careers, seniors have an opportunity to return to some texts they read as freshmen, as well as some new texts, and reconsider them in light of their acquired skills and knowledge. […]

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CC 325 C: Japanese Visual Culture (Cultural Diversity Requirement)

This course examines the United States-Mexico borderlands. The borderlands are the political, economic, and cultural space where empires, nations, and cultures have collided and come together from the 16th century to the present. The course discusses the emergence of the borderlands as well as the experience of living between empires, nations, and cultures. […]

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CC 325 B: African American Literature (Cultural Diversity)

This course examines the United States-Mexico borderlands. The borderlands are the political, economic, and cultural space where empires, nations, and cultures have collided and come together from the 16th century to the present. The course discusses the emergence of the borderlands as well as the experience of living between empires, nations, and cultures. […]

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CC 300 GX: Podcasting

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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CC 300 FX: Faith & Folly: Religion in the Renaissance (Upper Level Theology Requirement or Humanities: History Requirement)

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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CC 300 EX: Real Stories from American Literature (Humanities: Literature Requirement)

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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CC 300 DX: History and Systems of Psychology

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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CC 300 CX: The Christian Epic from Virgil to Milton (Upper Level THEO Requirement)

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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CC 300 B: Empathy & Compassion in Society

Museums reveal what cultures value most. In their architecture, collections, and public programs museums demonstrate how people organize knowledge, think about the past, and see themselves in relation to others. This seminar will examine the history of museums in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, tracing the development of a wide variety of institutions, including art museums, natural history museums, history museums, and science and technology museums. […]

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