This course is an examination of how women have been represented in the art of the past, as well as an investigation of women artists throughout history. The focus is on North America and Europe. The course will discuss issues such as how gender differences are upheld and critiqued in visual images, and the obstacles women artists have faced. The significant ways in which feminist inquiry has changed the practice of art history will be a key theme.

Course Notes

This course is equivalent to WMST 130 and WGST 230. Duplicate credit will not be granted for WMST 130 or WGST 230.


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