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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog
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HON 211 - Art, Literature, and Film of the Expressionist Period

Credit Hour(s): 3
This interdisciplinary course will explore the world of expressionist art as produced in Europe and America during the period 1890-1937. The mood of alienation between the avant garde and the middle class is a key feature of the art of this period. Students will have the opportunity to explore the philosophical, cultural, and political background that helped to foster this alienation and led artists to produce the characteristically distorted look of expressionist art. The emphasis in the course will be on analyzing visual art, film, drama, and fiction that the leading expressionists produced. 3 Credit(s).

Meets Literature or Fine Arts Requirement.
Prerequisite(s): Boone Honors Program member, or ENG 102 . Students who are not members of the Boone Honors Program will be screened by the instructor before beginning an honors course.
Course Session Cycle: FA
Course Yearly Cycle: EVEN


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