2018-2019 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
AAA 305 - Perspectives on the Black Arts Movement
This course examines the relationship between "aesthetics," artistic form (i.e., song, dance, literature, etc.), and "politics," or the social function of art (i.e., entertainment, "protest art," "social art," "revolutionary art," etc.) during this period of African American cultural history through prose, fiction, visual culture, music, and film. Part of the Information, Innovation, and Technology Issue. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.