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Interdisciplinary Seminar: Home

From the Course Description

Focusing on the theme of "Human Fallenness," this guide will support resources that consider the assignment: we will attempt to understand the impact of common, yet complicated, conceptions of the Fall.  Is the Fall strictly a religious discussion?  How has it impacted our understanding of human fallibility?  We will be drawing on philosophical, theological, and artistic perspectives of this topic.

Films on Reserve at the Circulation Desk

These films can be viewed in the Library.  Reserve a Group Study Room, and watch the films with other students.

Crimes and Misdemeanors
Barton Fink
The Priest

 

Begin Your Research

Background Information on a Topic
Where to Look: Begin at the Philosophy link under Subject and Research Guides
 

Write a Research Paper and Create a Bibliography

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