FA 206 Voices of Liberation, 3 credits

This course examines ways in which groups develop their identity through the creation of distinct style norms in their culture, specifically those found in art, music, theater, and dance. It looks at art innovation as essentially counter-cultural in each context (for instance, the art of Christians in the context of a Greco-Roman world, the art of women in a culture where only men are considered artists, or the art of Buddhists in a predominately Hindu society).

Prerequisite: FA 102 or FA 104