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PHIL 2320 [0.5 credit] Children, Literature, and Philosophy

An exploration of issues at the nexus of philosophy, children’s literature, and childhood studies. Topics may include an examination of children’s books and young adult literature through a philosophical lens, as well as a critical examination of the “philosophy with children” movement.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Prerequisite(s): 0.5 credit in philosophy or second-year standing in a philosophy program, or permission of the department.
Lectures three hours a week.