Bodies

COR 240
Description: From Neolithic fertility goddesses to contemporary piercings and tattoos, human cultures are inextricably entangled with ideas about the body. Perceptions and experiences of the body influence ethical debates about media representation, healthcare, and biotechnology. This course explores embodiment in the Western tradition: How do we know ourselves through our physical bodies? How are different types of bodies represented in our arts and media? And, how does the body influence the way we think about the world? For detailed descriptions of the individual sections of this course, cut and paste the following link into your browser: http://bit.ly/1BNj2xj

Prerequisite: COR-110, COR-115, COR-120, COR-125
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats  
Summer
COR 240-51A TTH 5:30-9PM 05/11/15 - 06/19/15 Farrell 10 Register
Fall
COR 240-01 MTH 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Novotny 0 Register
COR 240-02 MTH 11-12:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Yacubian 0 Register
COR 240-03 MTH 11-12:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Novotny 1 Register
COR 240-04 TTH 2-3:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Shonstrom -1 Register
COR 240-05SL MW 2-3:15PM, 11-12:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Holoch 0 Register
COR 240-06 TTH 12:30-1:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Shonstrom -1 Register
COR 240-07 WF 12:30-1:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Thomas 12 Register
COR 240-08 TTH 3:30-4:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Hunter 1 Register
COR 240-09 WF 2-3:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Thomas 2 Register
COR 240-10SL MW 12:30-1:45PM, 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Holoch 0 Register
COR 240-11 MTH 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Wright 13 Register
COR 240-13 MTH 8-9:15AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Staff 2 Register
COR 240-14 MTH 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Staff 0 Register
COR 240-51 TTH 5-6:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Hunter 6 Register