The Carnegie Pulseabout the carnegie pulse | advertise | contact | subscriptions | join 
newsart & cultureopinionseventscourse schedule

My schedule
Most popular
View departments
View locations
View times

Find course by title:


54-382 History of Drama II

Related URLs:

These are eight-week Junior/Senior level dramatic literature courses, meeting twice weekly, based around a single period, author, genre, or theme. A typical theme might be Drama and Science Aggressive Comedy; Dialectics and Drama; The Rebel in Drama; Greek drama; Arabic drama; non-realist drama, and so on. The intention is that often very heterogenous plays can be grouped together to reveal both comparisons and contrasts in dramatic methods. At the conclusion of the course students write a paper on its main themes.

  Popularity index
Rank for this semester:#931
Rank in this department:#28

  Students also scheduled
73-100 Principles of Economics
54-358 Directing: Production III
54-316 Directing III: Forms and Formats
54-232 Design for the Stage
54-392 Playwriting for Directors
54-246 History of Clothing
54-518 Director's Colloquium
36-201 Statistical Reasoning and Practice
69-158 Beginning/Intermediate Yoga
54-376 Rigging Seminar

  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A3 4:30 - 5:20 pm T Johnston OSC 203 Add course to my schedule
R Johnston OSC 203
A4 4:30 - 5:20 pm T Johnston OSC 203 Add course to my schedule
R Johnston OSC 203

talkback to the pulse
No comments about this course have been posted, yet. Be the first to post!
Share your opinion on this course with other Pulse readers. Login below or register to begin posting.

Email address:

  (c) Copyright 2004 The Carnegie Pulse, Carnegie Mellon's first exclusively online student-run news source. campus mirror | RSS