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    Saint Michael's College
  Feb 25, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

FS 123 - On Memory

What is memory? Why do we remember? What role does memory play in constructions of self and society? Can we exist without memory? This course will explore such questions on memory, which have been posed and debated since antiquity.  Our study will be interdisciplinary, considering these problems through the lenses of psychology, sociology, neuroscience, and history.

Prerequisites: First-Year Students Only

Full course
Liberal Studies Curriculum: First Year Seminar