Visual Culture and the Manufacture of Meaning
This course will introduce students to critical theories and methods of analysis for interpreting contemporary visual art and culture. Topics include: formalism and stylistic analysis; semiotics and structuralism; Marxist theory; biography; psychoanalytic theory; feminist analysis and gender studies; postcolonial theory; post structuralism and postmodernity. Select interpretive frameworks employed in the "manufacture of meaning" will be situated historically and discussed fully and critically, using seminal writings. Required for Visual Culture Emphasis.
Senior Vice President of Faculty Affairs + Chief Academic Officer, Professor
Christopher Whittey is Vice President of Faculty Affairs and Chief Academic Officer at the Cleveland Institute...more
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