Global Visual and Material Culture: Prehistory to 1800
|This lecture course surveys a broad range of art, design and material culture artifacts and practices beginning with the earliest recorded creative expressions of human culture to the Industrial Revolution in Europe. Students will study key examples using these artifacts and practices to achieve a thematic comprehension of the political structures, social mores, and cosmological beliefs that inform world cultures. Particular emphasis will be placed on key themes such as spirituality, colonialism, the body, race, gender, and the global movement of images and objects, as well as theoretical concepts such as ideology, aesthetics and taste.
|Anti-requisite: Students who have taken LBST 1B02 may not take this course for further credit.
|Notes: Students admitted prior to 2012 who have not taken LBST1B02 may substitute LBST1B04 for one of LBST1B02, LBST1B03, LBST1B06.
|Course was last updated October 1, 2012 - 3:11 PM|