HSCI
3611/5611
Instructor: 
Adam Fix
Time: 
MW, 11:15-12:30pm
LE Requirements: 
Global Perspectives; Historical Perspectives
Description:
Understanding the origins of our own culture of Modern Science in the Enlightenment of the eighteenth century. Newton's ambiguous legacy; science as wonder and spectacle; automata and monsters; early theories of sex and gender; empire and scientific expeditions; reshaping the environment; inventing human sciences; Frankenstein and the limits of science and reason.