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  HUM 226, Search for Meaning: The Ancient World
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Semester: Summer 2013
Course Subject: HUM
Course #: 226
Course Section: 001
Course Title: Search for Meaning: The Ancient World
Course Section Information: HUM 226: The Search for Meaning: The Ancient World. (3) I, II.
Comparative and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of culture in the ancient world. Gen. Ed. IIIA/IIIB. [AH].
Credit Hours: 3
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This course aims to provide an overall appreciation of the highlights of ancient cultures that accents the continuing relevance of themes and ideas for our own ongoing search for meaning, and to do so in an accessible, diverse and engaging manner. Contact the instructor for more information or a provisional syllabus.
Course Begins: Jul 01, 2013
Course Ends: Aug 02, 2013
Instructor: Erik Liddell
Instructor's Email: erik.liddell@eku.edu
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