The following are required for IDST 1118 and should be purchased from the bookstore as soon as possible.
The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Fifth edition, Bulliet, et al, Wadsworth (Cengage Learning), ISBN-13:978-0-53874438-6. Referred to in the syllabus as EARTH.
The Heritage Reader, available for purchase only at the Milllsaps Bookstore.
Listen, Seventh Edition, Joseph Kerman, Gary Tomlinson and Vivian Kerman, Bedford/St. Martin's, 2012, paperback, ISBN 978-0-312-59347-9. Referred to in the syllabus as LISTEN.
The Norton Anthology of World Literature, Third edition, Editors: Martin Puchner, Volumes A,B,C, 2012, W.W. Norton & Company, paperback, ISBN 978-0-393-93365-9 (Referred to in the syllabus as WLit. You will need Volumes C,D,E,F in the Spring semester. Note: You must have the Third edition of this book, and you will need Volume C in the spring semester, so renting A, B + C in the fall will cost you more than buying them will.
Philosophic Classics: From Plato to Derrida, sixth edition, edited by Forrest E. Baird, Prentice Hall, ISBN 978-0-205-78386-1. Referred to in the syllabus as PHILOS.
The Visual Arts: A History, Revised Seventh Edition, Hugh Honour, John F. Fleming, Publisher: Pearson, 2010, paperback, ISBN 13: 978-0-20-566535-8. Referred to in the syllabus as ART.
Additionally, throughout the semester, readings may on occasion be distributed online by means of electronic mail. It will be your responsibility to print out a copy of each reading distributed in this manner.
In all of your college writing assignments (except for informal, in-class writing) you are required to use an accepted documentation style. Your reference for this is Andrea A. Lunsford, Easy Writer.