AAD252 201601 Undergraduate

Term: 
Fall 2016
Course: 
AAD 252
Applies To: 
Undergraduate
Sections: 
Title: 
Art & Gender
Instructors: 

Julie Voelker-Morris

Julie Voelker-Morris profile picture
  • Title: Senior Instructor II/Career Services Director
  • Additional Title: Director, UO Common Reading, See https://fyp.uoregon.edu/common-read
  • Phone: 541-346-2179
  • Office: 121A Hendricks Hall
  • Office Hours: Email, call, or stop by to make an appointment.
  • Website: Website
Department Section Description: 

This course considers how gender is relevant to the creation, study, and appreciation of art and culture. This class introduces and addresses socio-cultural factors influencing gender expression and discusses gender as a vehicle for understanding artistic creation and select artistic mediums in community and cultural contexts. The course examines underlying societal structures that affect how art and artists have been defined and asks students to identify and articulate personal critical perspectives regarding issues of art and gender.

Fulfills: 

Comics Studies Minor

Comics Studies Minor courses present students with an international, historical, and critical perspective on the art of editorial cartoons, comic books, and graphic novels, and how these forms communicate, inform, and emotionally engage their audiences.  Students will be required to think outside of accustomed disciplinary boundaries, and to analyze and experiment with the interaction of both visual and linguistic systems of meaning.

Title: 
Art & Gender (on-line)
Instructors: 

Julie Voelker-Morris

Julie Voelker-Morris profile picture
  • Title: Senior Instructor II/Career Services Director
  • Additional Title: Director, UO Common Reading, See https://fyp.uoregon.edu/common-read
  • Phone: 541-346-2179
  • Office: 121A Hendricks Hall
  • Office Hours: Email, call, or stop by to make an appointment.
  • Website: Website
Department Section Description: 

This course considers how gender is relevant to the creation, study, and appreciation of art and culture. This class introduces and addresses socio-cultural factors influencing gender expression and discusses gender as a vehicle for understanding artistic creation and select artistic mediums in community and cultural contexts. The course examines underlying societal structures that affect how art and artists have been defined and asks students to identify and articulate personal critical perspectives regarding issues of art and gender.

Fulfills: 

Comics Studies Minor

Comics Studies Minor courses present students with an international, historical, and critical perspective on the art of editorial cartoons, comic books, and graphic novels, and how these forms communicate, inform, and emotionally engage their audiences.  Students will be required to think outside of accustomed disciplinary boundaries, and to analyze and experiment with the interaction of both visual and linguistic systems of meaning.