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Listening to the City: Communities of Faith

This guide is designed to help students enrolled in CCCX213-02 with Philip Seward, Professor of Instruction, Music - Fall 2020

Introduction

 

This course guide is designed to help students enrolled in Philip Seward's Listening to the City: Communities of Faith course during Fall 2020. 

On this page you will find a list of recommended library resources for conducting research. 

Additional pages are designed to help you focus your research for the two topics highlighted during the course: 

  • The schism between Catholic and Protestant practices during the Protestant Reformation 
  • Music in monotheism including exploring Expressionism in the Abrahamic faiths 

There are also pages that provide an overview of highlighted musical genres associated with Chicago as well as other urban environments

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