Fall 2022 Course Highlight | The Art of Diversity: Race & Representation in the Art & Visual Culture of the U.S.

AH 104 “The Art of Diversity: Race and Representation in the Art and Visual Culture of the United States,” will be taught again this fall MW, 9:55–10:45am.
This course is first-year friendly and goes toward the humanities breath, L&S credit, and ethnic studies. Enroll here: https://enroll.wisc.edu/search?term=1232&subject=180
Description: This course examines the history of art and visual culture in the United States from the period of colonization until the present from the perspective of how that imagery produced ideas of race and operated to define, exclude, and include various groups over time as well as how artists subvert and reclaim such imagery.