HIST 126: Race and Nationalism in American Art
Addresses issues concerning pictorial representations of racial and national identities in twentieth-century American art through readings of historical, cultural, and sociopolitical documents and theories. Special emphasis is placed on artists who are considered outside the canon and on debates relating to assimilation and nationalism.
Prerequisite: Junior standing and (any lower division GASP course or GASP 101 ) or consent of instructor. Normal Letter Grade only.
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