LITC 297 Literature and the Marketplace
Explores economic themes in English and American literature, using critical approaches (Marxist, feminist, post-structural, psychoanalytical) to come to terms with the texts. The course includes such works as Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Henry James’ Washington Square, and Arthur Miller’s Death of a salesman.
LITC 298 Literature and Technology
Explores the constructive and destructive potentials of technology and the manager’s ethical responsibilities as liaison between technical and humanistic constituencies. The course includes such works as Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle and Player Piano, Anthony Burgess’ Clockwork Orange, and Jerzi Kosinski’s Being There.
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