PSIC-1126A Narratives of One Self in the West

Our daily experience is more and more characterized by the dilemmas of our identity about ourselves and others. We are beneficiaries and victims, at the same time, of the vertiginous rhythm that new technologies impose on our existence. This course opens the opportunity to understand how the culture, the social sciences and personal identities have been transforming one another, or, in other words, the notion of oneself throughout the history of the West.




Ripoll Karen