Course outlines

Please find current course outlines listed below. Past course outlines can be found here.

Spring 2023

LS 801: Reason and Passion II

Wed 6:30PM – 9:20PM | Online

LS 810: Self and Society: Greek Culture in a Global Context

Wed 6:30PM – 9:20PM | In-person

LS 811: Tradition and Modernity: Beyond the Enemy

Mon 6:30PM – 9:20PM | In-person

LS 819: Everyday Transcendence

Thu 6:30PM – 9:20PM | Online

Fall 2023

LS 800: Reflections on Reason and Passion I

Tue/Thu 6:30PM–9:20PM | Online

LS 810: The City of Florence: Myths, Meanings, and Magic

Thu 6:30PM – 9:20PM | Online

LS 816: Life-Writing, Character, and the Self in  20th Century Fact and Fiction

Sun 11:00AM – 2:00PM | Online

LS 819: Thinking about "Nature," Thinking about Film

Thu 6:30PM – 9:20PM | In-Person 

Please note: LS 829 - Directed Study provides an opportunity for individual study on a topic of the student's choice, under the guidance of one or more faculty. Arrangements must be approved in advance by the Graduate Program Chair, Gary McCarron. Normally, no more than two such offerings may count toward the GLS master of arts degree. The Directed Study Approval form must be completed and submitted to the GLS office for approval.