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This course offers a wide-ranging introduction to Humanities & Arts subjects: Art History, Classical Studies, Literature, History (including the History of Science) and Religious Studies. The interdisciplinary approach to the theme of “Reputations” asks questions such as: Why are some people (like Cleopatra, Cezanne, or Colin McCahon) remembered, or famous? What is the relationship between a person’s reputation and the historical record? The course encourages the development of skills of critical analysis, argument and expression, exploring a diverse array of art works and texts from the past and from our contemporary world, including Aotearoa New Zealand.
Based on a course from the Open University UK, this is supplemented by New Zealand examples and contexts. It can be studied on its own or, combined with 74105 Humanities Tradition & Dissent and 74106 Humanities and Cultural Encounters, it is the first step toward the Bachelor of Arts Humanities.
This course is not available to international students.
Before enrolling in this course you need to:
Access to a DVD, CD player, Internet and email.
To study this course you will require access to a DVD player, CD player, a computer, the Internet and email.
There is a textbook required for this course. Visit our textbook page for more information.
Assessment 100% In-course.