ARTH 3040 - Global Modernisms: 1850 to the Early 20th Century
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem
Course Fee: $37.00
Course Fee Purpose: KA 120 & 143 projection bulb replacement, KA 120 & 143 equipment maintenance, KA 120 & 143 projection bulb replacement.
Description: The history of visual art and culture from circa 1850 into the early 20th century. This course explores the European roots of Modernism, its dissemination to North America and its global manifestations. Areas of study will include Impressionism to Art Nouveau, Women Artists of the Fin-de-Siècle, Modernism in Canada and Latin America as well as Native American and Asian Modernisms. The political, social, and intellectual histories that inform the arts as well as pertinent cross-cultural considerations will provide the context for exploring these global modernisms.
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