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AHI 247 History of Modern Art

The class will address: (1) major stylistic and aesthetic movements, and (2) diverse interpretations of Modern Art including those defined by class, race, and gender. Intermittently, AHI 247 will be offered as an interdisciplinary course, combining the study of the visual arts with examination of parallel or related concepts in other fields. These may include literature, history, women's studies, religion, philosophy or sociology. May include one or more required trips to New York City art museums and/or galleries; transportation will be covered by course fees. Prerequisites: AHI 208, or permission of the instructor. (L05)