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|ART 3606: Cross-Cultural Encounters|
|A critical examination of points of contact between the West and the "Other". We'll consider how colonial occupation, global economic expansion and technological advancement (particularly as pertaining to mass reproduction) have transformed Western visual culture. In the process we'll consider phenomena like japonisme and "primitivism", the ethics of museum display, and the politics of representation. Offered alternate years.|
||Art Center 5
||20 open seats
|Restrictions: Freshman students are excluded.
Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Upper-Division, Arts and Humanities A, Ways of Engaging