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Race, Education and the Politics of Visual Representation

This course addresses philosophical. historical, socio-politcal contexts of multiculturalism in the United States, with an emphasis on relationship to critical pedagogy and contemporary art practices. Current ideas about representation and identity will be considered specifically in relation to a critique of mainstream notions of multiculturalism and art. Topics may include the history of race in the United States, the role of ethnicity and class in shaping identity, and feminism and multiculturalism. The course of addresses pedagogy and curriculum in a variety of educational settings, including schools, museums, and alternative spaces.

Course #
ARTED-GE 2015
Units
3
Term
Fall
Department

Professors

Jessica Hamlin

Clinical Assistant Professor of Art + Education

jhamlin@nyu.edu