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ART 277: Gender and Visual Culture

This course explores the roles of women as creators, subjects, and patrons of art. It helps students lean about how gender permeates culture and art. Specific topics vary. Each topic introduces a time period and place that has revealed much about gender and visual culture. Students work seminar-style yet at an introductory level for those new to art history or women's studies. Offered periodically. Counts toward women's and gender studies and art and art history majors and women's and gender studies concentration.

Environmental Studies

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...ES 277 Environmental Sustainability in Japan (abroad) Select five level II courses in the arts...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Professor of Art and Art History art and...Seminar: American History HIST 277 African-American History...

Japanese

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...liberal arts studies, which may include literature, art...English translation) AS/ES 277 Environmental Sustainability in...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Courses AMST 100 American Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives ART 277 Gender and Visual Culture ENGL 242...

American Studies

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...Happiness, 1920-Present ART 253 Art Since 1945...275 Environmental History HIST 277 African-American History...

Africa and the Americas

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...the concentration. ART 269 African Art History ENGL...Africa: Ghana (abroad) HIST 277 African-American History...