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Values Identification

It is important for students to identify the values and assumptions that inform academic disciplines and human experience. Students learn to identify their own values, to recognize the principles underlying their actions and the actions of others, and to defend their own preferences and actions.


You will examine your values and those of others in the All-University Curriculum course Romanticism in the Arts. You will explore the values expressed in the art of the romantic period in light of today's values and your own preferences, understanding, and values.