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2012 -Summer

Honors College (HN)

Great Texts (GTX)


GTX 2301
Intellectual Trad Ancient Wrld
2301   The Intellectual Tradition of the Ancient World            
   Close reading and discussion of foundational texts that establish the parameters of morality, aesthetics, religion, and philosophy.
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F1Open119N/A16549MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMBRCOLL 1703Regular
View BooksMichael FoleyGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012


GTX 2302
Medieval Intellect Trad
2302   The Medieval Intellectual Tradition
   Consideration and discussion of the development of thought from the medieval to the modern period, with particular attention paid to the Christian intellectual tradition.
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F1Open115N/A16550MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMBRCOLL 1703Regular
View BooksRobert C. MinerGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012


GTX 4V99
Great Texts of the Near East
4V99   Special Topics in Great Texts                                  1 to 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing or consent of instructor.
    Research projects to be undertaken by students or by classes under the direct supervision of the professor. Course may be repeated twice with a different topic of study.
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1AClosed0-3N/A18219----- 1 - 3Independent Study
View BooksDouglas V. HenryGet Books
Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 07/03/2012
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Turkey & Greece


GTX 2301
Intellectual Trad Ancient Wrld
2301   The Intellectual Tradition of the Ancient World            
   Close reading and discussion of foundational texts that establish the parameters of morality, aesthetics, religion, and philosophy.
SectionStatusMax
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Seats
Available
Students
Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Cancelled00N/A18358----- 3Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 07/05/2012; End Date: 08/08/2012


GTX 2302
Medieval Intellect Trad
2302   The Medieval Intellectual Tradition
   Consideration and discussion of the development of thought from the medieval to the modern period, with particular attention paid to the Christian intellectual tradition.
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Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Open111N/A17735MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMBRCOLL 1703Regular
View BooksBarry HarveyGet Books
Start Date: 07/05/2012; End Date: 08/08/2012


GTX 3340
Master Works in Art
3340   Master Works in Art                                        
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   Survey and analysis of master works of art, including painting, sculpture, architecture, and photography, in their relationship to the six eras of the Great Texts Seminar Sequence.
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MA1Closed0-4N/A18640----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 08/08/2012
For students studying in Maastricht, The Netherlands


GTX 4321
Twentieth Century
4321   Twentieth Century                                          
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   An undergraduate seminar in the Great Texts of the twentieth century. Students will read selections from Yeats, William James, Weber, Freud, Barth, Woolf, Beckett, Faulkner, O'Connor, Lewis, Eliot, Wiesel, Frost, Camus, Solzhenitsyn, Hemingway, Arendt, King, and others.
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MA1Closed0-3N/A18641----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 05/30/2012; End Date: 08/08/2012
For students studying in Maastricht, The Netherlands
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