Summer 2024 Course Highlight | Arts & Ecologies

This summer Ph.D. Student Meg Wilson will be teaching ART HIST 103 Arts & Ecologies during the DDD summer session, June 17th–July 14th. The class be taught asynchronously online. First Year Friendly | No Prereqs! | Humanities Breadth | L&S Credit. Enroll here

Description: This course focuses on artists and artworks engaged in ecological imaginaries and practices. Taking up theories of posthumanism, queer-feminist ecological thinking, and contemporary global activisms, we will work to build a framework for discussing ecological art in the era of climate change.