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HUM 1020 (Hoaglen) - Introduction to Humanities

Welcome

Welcome to the eTextbook for 

HUM 1020 Introduction to Humanities

Amanda Hoaglen, M.L.S

Professor of Humanities

Welcome to the LibGuide for Professor Hoaglen's Intro to Humanities Course! Students can access the readings and documentaries for each module by clicking the tabs at the left of the screen. Many of these sources are from the Valencia Library, so please have your Atlas Login ready if it prompts you for it before accessing the articles and videos. (see directions below for logging in)

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES Basic introduction to humanities. Focuses on central concepts, historical development and fundamental nature of philosophy, architecture, music, religion and art. Concepts from such disciplines integrated with contemporary American culture.

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This LibGuide contains open source material and links to educational websites. For educational use only.

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