CSCL 3005: Seminar in Critical Thought

3 Credits

Exploration of concepts and problems foundational to the practice of critique. Focus on paradigmatic concerns and shifts underpinning humanistic inquiry, from the past to the present, such as representation, narrative, ideology, subjectivity, power and violence, and transformation. Groundwork for understanding the European critical tradition and key challenges from non-European sources.

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B+ Average (3.455)Most Common: A- (40%)

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    Effort
  • 4.28

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    Understanding
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    Interesting
  • 4.33

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