102 Industrial CultureAn interdisciplinary course that examines the development of modern industrial society and the impact of science and technology on our culture. Readings drawn from history, literature and philosophy. Prerequisite: Satisfaction of IIT's Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. (3-0-3) (H) (C)
104 Age of DarwinAn introduction to the humanities through an investigation of important changes in our culture associated with Darwin's theory of evolution. Readings drawn from literature, philosophy, and science. Prerequisite: Satisfaction of IIT's Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. (3-0-3) (H) (C)
106 Life StoriesAn interdisciplinary study of auto-biographies, written chiefly by Americans. The syllabus varies, but may include Benjamin Franklin, Harriet Jacobs. Maya Angelou, Malcolm X, Langston Hughes, Richard Rodriguez, Thomas Merton, Frank Lloyd Wright and Judy Chicago. In addition to considering autobiography as a genre, the course examines the historical events and the philosophical issues that have shaped the lives and attitudes of these writers. Prerequisite: Satisfaction of IIT's Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. (3-0-3) (H) (C)
380 Topics in HumanitiesAn investigation into a topic of current or enduring interest in the humanities, which does not fit neatly into standard categories. Prerequisite: Completion of HUM 102, 104, or 106. (3-0-3) (H) (C)
601 TA SeminarRequired of all teaching assistants at IIT, this course introduces students to classroom and course management issues, strategies, and ethics. In addition, students give two classroom-lecture style presentations using basic instructional visual aids. 2-0-0
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