Remy Christopher Ansiello

Remy Christopher Ansiello, M.L.S.

Biography

I have been teaching Humanities since 2011.  I earned my Master's in Liberal Studies from Rollins College and have taught numerous Humanities courses at Valencia College, ranging from Introduction to Humanities to Enlightenment/Romanticism to Mythology.  Fall 2017 was my first semester teaching with the University of Central Florida, and I am very happy teaching here and look forward to exploring the Humanities with my students.

Education

  • M.L.S. from Rollins College (2011)

Research Interests

Peace and Justice, Social Equality, Scandinavian Contemporary Issues, Existentialism, Metaphysics

Courses

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
19094 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
19095 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
11338 HUM2230 Humanistic Tradition Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Unavailable
No Description Available
Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
81825 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

"The range of ideas, research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical reflection, and creative work in the humanities." This course opens with a discussion of what 'the humanities' means and whether their study is relevant.

81841 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

"The range of ideas, research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical reflection, and creative work in the humanities." This course opens with a discussion of what 'the humanities' means and whether their study is relevant.

93064 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

"The range of ideas, research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical reflection, and creative work in the humanities." This course opens with a discussion of what 'the humanities' means and whether their study is relevant.

81254 HUM2230 Humanistic Tradition Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) Available

“An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on modern civilizations and their contributions to the Global Village.”  This course examines the relationship between art and its cultural context from the Baroque era to the present, as the search for meaning.

Course Number Course Title Mode Session Date and Time Syllabus
62331 HUM2210 Humanistic Tradition Ⅰ World Wide Web (W) B Available

An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on ancient civilizations and the cultural heritage stemming from them. Primary sources (in translation) are used in class and assigned as homework.

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
10755 HUM2210 Humanistic Tradition Ⅰ World Wide Web (W) 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Available

An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on ancient civilizations and the cultural heritage stemming from them. Primary sources (in translation) are used in class and assigned as homework.

Course Number Course Title Mode Date and Time Syllabus
92705 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

"The range of ideas, research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical reflection, and creative work in the humanities." This course opens with a discussion of what 'the humanities' means and whether their study is relevant.

93223 HUM2020 Encountering the Humanities World Wide Web (W) Available

"The range of ideas, research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical reflection, and creative work in the humanities." This course opens with a discussion of what 'the humanities' means and whether their study is relevant.

81399 HUM2230 Humanistic Tradition Ⅱ World Wide Web (W) 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Available

“An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on modern civilizations and their contributions to the Global Village.”  This course examines the relationship between art and its cultural context from the Baroque era to the present, as the search for meaning.

Updated: Sep 28, 2018