Advisor — NEEL
Consideration of the past, present, and future of the written word in its material form from the perspectives of the disciplines of art, English, history, and religion.
Five units — one or more in at least three of the four constituent departments — chosen from among the following: AS226 (Book and Book Structure); AS313 (Special Studio Problems, when offered as Book Arts); AH200 (Topics, when offered with related focus); AH211 (Medieval Europe); AS345 Topics, when offered with related focus); HY200 (History and Future of the Book); HY105 (Civilization in the West, when offered as Cultures of the Book); HY275 (Renaissance and Reformation, when the major paper treats the history of printing); HY409 (Independent Study, when relevant); EN221 (Poetry); EN275 (Graphic Novel); EN282 (Beginning Poetry Writing, when printing projects are involved); EN286 (Topics in Creative Writing, (when printing projects are involved); EN286 (topics in Creative Writing, when printing projects are involved); EN287 (Beginning Fiction Writing), when printing projects are involved); RE200 (when offered as Holy Books).
THE INTEGRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
A project completed in internship either at the Press at Colorado College, the college’s galleries, or Tutt Library’s special collections, arranged in consultation with the minor advisor and the college’s printer, curator, or curator of special collections. This project may be an element of a course in the minor or undertaken outside of formal coursework or for-credit independent study in one of the contributing departments.