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ARCH 216 – Contested Spaces: Art, Architecture, Politics

Description

Contested Spaces: Art, Architecture, Politics --- This course examines "contested spaces" in the Americas, and encourages students to think critically about how specific sites and objects participate in the construction of class, race, and gender. It focuses on spaces that were central to the formation of modernity and that served to index broader networks of power.

Meets

Lecture: Tue, Thu 11:30am-1:00pm  3600 SKB
Multiple discussion sections offered.

Please see Wolverine Access for discussion section schedule.

Faculty

Ana María León

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