2016-2017 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
HNR 220 - Islamic Middle East II: Philosophy and Art
This course, which is a continuation of HNR 209/210, covers the history, literature, philosophy, and art of the Islamic Middle East from the decline of the Ottoman period to the present. This time period is one of growth and uncertainty, with such major historical events as the fall of the Ottoman Empire, World Wars I and II, and the colonization of the Middle East. The course looks at how these historical events left their mark in philosophy, literature (including poetry and the birth of the Arabic novel and postcolonial theory/criticism), and art. Fulfills Cultures - World Perspectives. Fulfills one of the Issues requirements. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: HNR 209 and HNR 210. Must be taken concurrently with HNR 219.