Topic: Race, Gender & Visual Represen
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Candler Library 121
Content: This course will explore the history of visual culture and art, especially in the United States, and how race, gender, and social status have been indicated and created through imagery. We will look at genre art, images in popular media, film and video since the beginning of the 19th century and how these images helped create American culture, and reflect its values and conflicts.
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