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250: FYS: Art, Politics, and Citizenship

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What differentiates political art from propaganda The objective of this course is to analyze how visual culture influences how we view and relate to Power, Success, and Fulfillment. We will reflect on if the imagery that saturates our days affects how we identify socially and with history, how we dress, or how we form political decisions. Students are asked to question how aesthetic culture relates to such themes as freedom, access, property, border and individual rights both today and historically. This course will introduce students to contemporary artists and how they approach political action. From there, we journey into the visual characteristics of political identity and the politics of separation, whether on the basis of Race, N
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Section 00 - Traditional Day

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    Course earns 1.00 units with a Maximum Enrollment of 0
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  • Schedule:
    TR, 12:30 PM-1:45 PM
  • Instructor:
    Frederick Jones