2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CHUMS 3317 Romanticism in the Arts: Literature, Painting, and Music

Far more than a movement in the arts, Romanticism profoundly influenced the philosophy and politics of its time. This course will examine Romanticism in literature, the visual arts, and music, and Romanticism's broader impact on 19th century culture and society. While the primary focus of the course will be on Romanticism in 19th century England, Europe, and America, attention will be given to works from our own time that reflect Romanticism's enduring legacy.




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