Credits: 4 AHS

Hours: 4-0-8

Usually offered: Fall (not offered every year)

For information contact: Lynn Stein

Course description: This interdisciplinary exploration of identity draws on a diverse range of genres in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts and Sciences. Prior offerings have drawn from Anthropology, Artificial Intelligence, Biology, Film, History, Literature, Memoir, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology, Political Science, Science Fiction, Sociology, and Visual Arts.

Our goal is to understand how individual perspective (or the illusion of same) comes into being and how our own unique perspectives shape the way that we see the world. Emphasis is placed on communication and context.

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Submissions from 2011

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Assignment 1, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Assignment 2, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Assignment 3, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Assignment 4, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Assignment Information, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Course Materials: Course Readings, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Information About Course: Course Calendar, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Spring 2011 AHSE 1150: What is "I"?: Information About Course: Course Syllabus, Lynn Andrea Stein