ENGLIT 0523 - MARS IN LITERARY IMAGINATION
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This course approaches the planet Mars as an object of both scientific inquiry and literary exploration, and it examines the relationship between the two from the late Nineteenth Century to the present. It takes a global, multidisciplinary approach to appreciating the ways in which humankind’s longstanding fascination with the Red Planet has spurred advances and developments in both the sciences and the arts. Readings will include both literary and multimedia works in science fiction, creative nonfiction, journalism, and science writing.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Seminar
Grade Component: Letter Grade
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