History of Toleration and Tolerance From Biblical Times to the 18th Century

This course traces the universal discourse on toleration and then tolerance from biblical times through the Middle Ages until the late eighteenth century, giving equal weight to ancient, medieval, Renaissance, and Enlightenment texts, such as romances, poetry, treatises, plays, and prose novellas. The course intends to educate students about the history of tolerance and make them to experts in the relevant discourse. Taught in English.

Class Number: 

GER 320

Grading: 

Regular grades are awarded for this course: A, B, C, D, E. Available to qualified students for pass/fail option.

Special Exam: 

Course may be taken by special exam for credit (not for grade).

Units: 

3

Approved As: 

General Education Tier Two - Humanities

Level: 

Undergraduate

Category: 

TRAD/GenEd