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The Telecourse Guide is written to be used with "Humanities Through the Arts" telecourse and the accompanying text by Martin and Jacobus. In the telecourse, the humanities are approached through a study of seven major arts: film, drama, music, literature, painting, sculpture, and architecture in thirty 30-minute programs. Each of these arts is considered from the perspectives of historical development, the elements used in creating works of art, meaning and form expressed, and criticism or critical evaluation. The Humanities Through the Arts is designed specifically for contemporary post-secondary students who are seeking to meet transfer and general education requirements or who are interested in personal enrichment. Maya Angelou, a multifaceted American artist who has earned recognition in at least four of the seven arts considered in this telecourse, is the on-camera host. The telecourse is offered by Coast Learning Systems (; 1-800-547-4748).

The Telecourse Guide helps students master material in the textbook and in the video programs by providing lesson overviews, learning objectives, assignments, additional readings, review quizzes, and suggestions for further study.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077333263
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 4/21/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

3113 "Sty

Erwin Panofsk

3612 Lesson

Seeing All There Is 5713 "Film Has No

Ingmar B

6111 Unit 2 Drama12 Lesson 6 A

6912 Lesson 7 Nucleus of a Story 7912 Le

Meaning for Every Age 8912

Great Age Ahead? 9713 "The Problem Play-A Symposium,"

George Bernard S

10111 Unit 3 Music12 Lesson 1

Age-Old Search for Meaning 11313

"A Brief Glossary of Styles and Genres

Lee A. Jacobus 11912 Lesson 11 Emotion an

13912 Lesson 12 Meaning Through Structure

Lesson 13 Listening for the Unexpected 15513 "What Is Modern Music-And Why Have People Never Liked It

John Tasker Howard 15911 Unit 4

Lesson 14 From Words, Truth

Lesson 15 The Synthesis of Poetry 1831

Lesson 16 The Story Beyond 19312 Lesson 17 Behind the Words 20313 "How a Poem Is Made,"

C. Day Lewis 20613

Archibald MacLeish 2

Unit 5 Painting12 Lesson 18 Visio

21712 Lesson 1

Creating a Point of View 22512

Rousseau-The Lovely Dream 23512

"... Things We Have Passed ..."

Unit 6 Scul

Lesson 22 Mirror of Man's Being 2

Lesson 23 Elements of Dimension 263

Lesson 24 Meaning Through the Body's Form

27312 Lesson 25 Most Difficult of Arts 28113

Henry Moore 28611 Unit 7 Architectur

Lesson 26 The Evolving Skyline 297

Lesson 27 From Earth to Sky 30712 Lesson 28

Meaning in a Poet's Vision 31712 Lesso

The Shepherd of Space 32713 "The Ar


33211 Epilogue12 Lesson 30


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