Theatre and Media Arts
 

Dramatic Performance: Antiquity to Renaissance

Dramatic Performance: Antiquity to Renaissance
Civilization from Greek antiquity through Renaissance, primarily from perspective of dramatic literature and performance. Ways in which performance functions within particular socioeconomic, political, religious, and aesthetic perspectives.
TMA
201
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall, Spring
 ProgramsContaining TMA 201
Course Outcomes: 

Historical Context

Students will demonstrate a general working knowledge of major historical periods, philosophical trends, and performance movements and will draw connections between society and performance, through writing and class discussion.

Great Works

Students will analyze great works of literature through multiple perspectives-society, culture, politics, economics, gender roles, religion-to better understand the ways in which dramatic performance functioned in particular times and places.

Self-representation

Students will appraise (1) how we represent the world, others, and ourselves and (2) the consequences of these representations for our families, our communities, and ourselves.