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ENG 191

Reading Literature: Science, Nature, and Technology

This course explores literature as a response to scientific and technological change. It considers the ways that new scientific discoveries inspire new visions in literature and the ways, in turn, that imaginative writing inspires new approaches in science. It features literary works that contextualize past scientific and technological advances, interpret and critique changes happening in the present, and imagine the changes that might occur in the future.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Arts and Humanities 1 course

Fall Semester information

Harry Brown

191A: Reading Literature: Science, Nature, and Technology