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ARTH 345 History of Photography: Archive, Spectacle, Reality
History and theory of photography, from the competitive context of invention in the 1830s to contemporary uses in social media.
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|Blocked||ARTH 345 001||Lecture||2||Tue Thu||14:00||15:30|
If registration is blocked, the course is full and a waitlist has been opened. Students will be moved from the waitlist into the course based on date of registration, with ARTH and VISA majors given priority.
An introduction to the technological, scientific, and artistic developments in the photographic medium and its social and political dimensions: from the invention in the 19th century and its nationalistic implications; to the pseudo-scientific applications of photography toward classifying ends; to social documentary and propaganda through the 20th century; to art photography beyond the question of "photography: science or art?"; to self-determination and self-fashioning via photographic strategies; to the postmodern turn and new developments in photographic theory in the 1980s; and, finally, to accelerated technological advances at the end of the 20th century and renewed conversations about truth, spectacle, and imagination in the digital age.
|ARTH 345 01W||Waiting List||2||Tue Thu||14:00||15:30|
ARTH 345 01W is a waitlist for ARTH 345 001. Students will be moved into the class from the waitlist, in order of registration date, as seats become available.