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AH 2400
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This seminar course focuses on issues, art movements, and criticism from 1970 to the present. Students investigate Postmodern and contemporary art through the writings of artists and critics, visiting lecturers, and field trips to area art venues. Further, students will become familiar with relevant art theory and methodology, learn to conduct research within the discipline of art history, and write knowledgeably on Postmodern and contemporary topics. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to articulate Postmodern and contemporary issues, both critically and historically, in relation to larger social and political contexts. (Formerly AH2030) Prerequisites: AH 2300 Art History III: Fauvism through Modern