ARTH 3005: Identity and American Art

3 CreditsArts/Humanities

This course is designed to help you think about American history, experiences, and identities by looking closely at the visual record of painting, sculpture, decorative/applied arts, and other sites and artifacts made in the United States, from the colonial period to the rise of the Cold War in the 1950s-60s. Our particular interest will be to understand how \"America\" is an idea that has been continually shaped, expressed, represented, and even contested through the visual and material world.

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B Average (3.081)Most Common: A (23%)

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