Summer 2023

Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Folklore and Contemporary Art (Session A) Course Number: R1B Section 1 | CCN: 15299

Kristine Barrett

Mon-Thurs: 2:00-4:00pm

This course explores the use of folk arts, folklore, and “the folkloresque” in contemporary art. We will begin by asking: What is folklore? Who are “the folk” (and who are not)? What kinds of socio-political structures and identities are articulated...

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Introduction to Modern Art: Making Art Modern in a Globalized World (Session A) Course Number: HA 80 | CCN: 15300

Andrea Jung-An Liu

Mon-Thurs: 10:00-12:00pm

This course will offer a general overview of the history of modern art from the 1860s to the 1960s. In addition to introducing the “-isms” that are commonly associated with “Modern Art”— Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism…etc.—we will focus on the...

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Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Unsettling Nation: Image, Identity, and Art History in Mexico (Session D) Course Number: R1B Section 2 | CCN: 15301

Ramon De Santiago

Mon-Thurs: 10:00-12:00pm

This course explores how visual and material culture both reflect and construct Mexican identities over time by considering the role images play in the formation of a shared imagined community. By looking closely at select objects from the sixteenth century through the...

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Crisis in the Making: Art and Ecology in Modern and Contemporary Asia (Session D) Course Number: HA 38 | CCN: 15566

Joel Thielen

Tues-Thurs; 2:00-4:30pm

This course is thematic introduction to the arts of modern and contemporary Asia as they relate to landscapes, local ecologies, environmental histories, migrations, and environmental disasters, among other topics related to the concept of “ecology.” Students will examine a broad...

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Theories and Methods (Session D) Course Number: HA N100 | CCN: 15506

Joseph Albanese

Mon-Thurs: 9:00-11:00am

How might you define the term “humanities,” and where does Art History fold into that umbrella term?  Have you ever wondered how Art History came about as a discipline? Perhaps you are interested in social history as it pertains to Manet’s artworks...

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