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Liberal Arts Seminar: Creating The Enemy In Text And Image From Antiquity To Present (HON-486)

Semester: Spring 2021
Number: 0083-486-002
Instructor: Maya Muratov
Days: Tuesday Thursday 12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Garden City - Earle Hall B 105
Credits: 3
Status: This Course is Filled to Capacity

Honors College students only.
Full Course Title - The Other: Creating The Enemy In Text And Image From Antiquity To
Presentopen To Sophomores,Juniors And Seniorsin-Person/Hyflex Classes
Tuesdays And Thursdays

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Related Syllabi: Louise Geddes for Fall 2017*

*Attention Students: Please note that the syllabi available for your view on these pages are for example only. The instructors and requirements for each course are subject to change each semester. If you enroll in a particular course, your instructor and course outline may differ from what is presented here.


From the texts and images of Ancient Mesopotamia through the 21st century the class explores the textual and visual depictions of an enemy, often presented as “the other.” Such images are often carefully constructed in order to influence/manipulate the opinions of the masses – and essentially play the role of propaganda.

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