INTS 312: Images and Experiences of Childhood: Social Construct, Literature, and Film

INTS 312-C01: Images and Experiences of Childhood
(Summer 2015)

10:00 AM to 12:15 PM MTWR

Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 122

Section Information for Summer 2015

This multidisciplinary course considers childhood from a number of different perspectives, with the goal of realizing the various images and experiences of childhood throughout history. Using the humanities and social sciences, as well as contemporary media and popular culture, students will examine the cultural beliefs and values which define this crucial stage in human development and explore issues of adversity and resiliency in childhood. This course earns 1 credit of experiential learning and students must successfully complete the experiential learning component to pass the course.


Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3-6

Immerses students in the images of childhood through the media of literature, video, and poetry, with a strong emphasis on historical perspectives of childhood. The class is interactive, requires some work in groups, and requires classroom participation. Equivalent to HIST 386, HIST 498.
Schedule Type: Seminar

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