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CRWR 105 Story Across Culture and Media


This course explores the fundamental human concept of storytelling as it applies to the construction of culture and identity, through a variety of narrative media. Students will investigate, from a global perspective, the role of storytelling in shaping experience in a wide range of cultural and historical contexts. By examining fiction, poetry, non-fiction, film, television, theatre, music, and new media, students will identify universal narrative elements and determine the ways these universal narrative elements frame basic human experiences. This course will be helpful for students interested in studying creative writing, television, film, and other narrative arts where deeper understanding of the humanities and culture strengthen their art.

Repeatable: Y
Formerly 59-1110
HU
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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