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Spring Term 2022 TOP: MODERN RUINS IN EAST ASIA - EAST 331
This course is cross listed.
Students must register for ARHI 331.
See ARHI 331 for course materials.
Students may submit a cross list request form to have the class listed on academic records as EAST 331.


Prerequisites/Notes: One 200-level course in art history or consent of instructor

Catalog Description : An examination of a particular topic in East Asian art history. Students are expected to carry out independent research through a series of guided assignments. The topic will change periodically. Course may be repeated when the topic is different. Not open to students who have previously received or need to receive credit for ARHI 430.

Topic for Spring 2022: Modern Ruins in East Asia
In examining modern catastrophes: acts of war, iconoclasm, natural and man-made disasters, this seminar will focus on how sites of modern ruination have been both documented and aestheticized. Individual case studies will include the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, wartime reportage, the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, protest imagery, the demotion of colonial architecture, and environmental art. Coursework will include written assignments.



Attributes: Diversity-Global GER (01cr), Foundation/Gateway Course, In Person Delivery


Term

Spring Term 2022

Instructors

Nancy Lin

Course

EAST 331

Grade Mode

Standard

Title

TOP: MODERN RUINS IN EAST ASIA (G)

Final Exam

 

CRN

 

Status

Active

Class Time

10:25 AM-12:10 PM TR WRIS 215

Start-End Date

Mar 28, 2022-Jun 08, 2022

Campus

Appleton Main Campus

Units

6

Cross Listed as

ARHI 331