FYS-110 First-Year Seminar - Gipson Fellows

A liberal arts education makes certain assumptions about what it means to be an educated individual--and, more foundationally, what it means to be a self. This course invites you--as you begin your own liberal arts education--to explore through literature, art history, and other forms of thought what it has meant to be an individual. We will explore the notions of famous historical figures, as well as those of contemporary thinkers, and we will consider the many ways in which we cultivate our selfhood--intellectually, to be sure, but also physically, spiritually, and in relation to others. Prerequisites: Acceptance in Gipson Fellows Program


3 credits


Acceptance in Gipson Fellows Program