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ARTH 339 001 (Lecture)
19th-Century Art and Social Space
Ideologies of gender, class, race, ethnicity, and economics in 19th-century European and American visual culture.
This course is eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
To determine whether you can take this course for Credit/D/Fail grading, visit the Credit/D/Fail
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Location: VancouverTerm 1
(Sep 03, 2019 to Nov 29, 2019)
Cr/D/F Grading Change Dates
Last day to change between Credit/D/Fail and percentage grading (grading options cannot be changed after this date): September 17, 2019
|Last day to withdraw without a W standing : ||September 17, 2019|
|Last day to withdraw with a W standing |
(course cannot be dropped after this date) :
|October 11, 2019|
Note: this section is blocked from registration. Check the comments for details or contact the department for further details.
|Term||Day ||Start Time||End Time||Building||Room||1|| Tue Thu||12:30||14:00||Frederic Lasserre||102|
|Total Seats Remaining:||3|
|General Seats Remaining:||3|
|Restricted Seats Remaining*:||0|
ARTH 339 explores transformations in European visual culture and society from roughly 1830 to 1900. As this was an era when aristocratic culture was challenged by new publics, new media, and entertainments for the masses, our survey will consider developments in painting, print, photography, urban design, exhibitions, celebrity, publicity, and early cinema. Our discussions will focus on the emergence of modernity, modernism, consumerism, and commercial visual attractions in the metropolitan centres of Paris, London, and Vienna. However, we will also interrogate the global ambitions, racial and gender biases, exploitative and imperial perspectives of these self-proclaimed "capitals of modernity," as evidenced for example in the world's fairs, social-scientific uses of photography, and ava&~ nt-garde primitivism.
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