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Classics of Social and Political Thought I

Program(s): Undergraduate Courses

*Taught Online*  In this course we read and discuss works by classical, medieval, and early modern thinkers that have helped shape, if not set, the terms in which politics and society continue to be argued and imagined. The aims of this course are to wrestle deeply with the texts we are reading and to reflect on the varied forms and historical contexts in which their ideas about life in a political community are presented.

Remote or Residential

✓ Remote Course


Course Considerations

Students should have demonstrated facility with critical reading and writing (either in English or Social Studies courses) and must be comfortable with seminar-style discussion.

Course Overview

Current Grade / Education Level

Undergrad / Grad


Undergraduate Courses

Start Date

June 13

End Date

July 01

Class Details

Primary Instructor

Nina Valiquette Moreau

Academic Interest

Social Sciences (e.g., history, sociology)

Class Specifics

Course Code

SOSC 15100 91

Class Day(s)

Mon Wed Fri

Class Duration (CST)


4:30 P.M.


Session I

Course Length

3 weeks