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Nature Perfected: Eighteenth-Century Concepts of Nature and Beauty - Single View

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Type of Course Intermediate seminar Long text
Number 095203 Short text
Term SS 2006 Hours per week in term 2
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Language german
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Fri. 08:00 to 10:00 weekly Johannisstr. 12-20 - ES 131        
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Stierstorfer, Klaus, Prof. Dr.
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Fachbereich 09 Philologie
Englisches Seminar
Description The seminar explores concepts of nature and beauty in various eighteenth-century discourses, from literature to gardening, architecture and fashion. Concepts of nature, ideas of beauty as well as their critique and their relevance to gender studies will be examined. Students are invited to read Alexander Pope’s Essay on Man as a preparation to this seminar.
Literature Alexander Pope, Selected Poetry. Oxford World’s Classics (OUP 1998);
Francis Hutcheson, An Inquiry into the Original of Our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue (Liberty Fund, 2004);
further book of interest for this course: The Oxford Companion to the Garden (2005); The Oxford Book of Garden Verse (1993)
Remarks Anmeldung:
1.) über HIS-LSF (http://uvlsf.uni-muenster.de/) und 2.) persönliche Anmeldung im Sekretariat (Frau Wahlig) bis Ende Februar 2006.

Teilnahme: Bei Überbelegung entscheiden die Teilnahmekriterien (Scheinerwerb) und, falls diese nicht ausreichen, das Los.

Wegen laufenden Forschungssemesters findet die Einführung mit Vorbesprechung zum ersten Seminartermin im Sommersemester statt.

[Teilgebiete LPO: B.1,3; MPO: ]

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