This course explores representation as a cultural and political problem from antiquity to the modern era. Representation will be analyzed as a means of depicting or constructing reality and as a tool for constituting individual and collective subjectivity. We consider literary and other modes of representation in their historical contexts. In this course an additional fee of up to $50 may be charged for activities outside of the classroom (e.g., field trips). Such fees will be confirmed in the course syllabus.
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)