FMS 410: Race, Class, and Gender in Visual Culture (3)

Examines the way in which race, class, and gender are represented through visual culture, historically and in the present. The study of visual culture analyzes the way in which visual images communicate systems of beliefs, contribute to identity formation, and have an influence on our thinking about race, class, and gender. Course looks at visual objects, i.e., film, television, photography, art, advertisements, and theatre as well as visual practices, i.e., in public and private spaces. LEC
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