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Advent Semester—2022
Jul 07, 2022
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ARTH 352 - Images, Politics, Change, and the Enlightenment in the Early Modern Hispanic World
The Enlightenment, particularly the brand of enlightened despotism promoted by the Bourbons, transformed art and art institutions in the Hispanic world. Despite the ideals of ‘enlightened despotism,’ in actuality colonialism as the larger cultural system in which art functioned was an ongoing and complex process that involved negotiation, resistance, reconciliation, and manipulation of new and old art forms. This course explores how a new intellectual movement—framed under specific political goals—was and wasn’t accepted and both did and did not change art in Spain and its colonies.
4.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Additional Class Meeting, Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar

Humanities, Non-Languages Division
Art, Art History, Vis Studies Department

Course Attributes:
AH--Latin America, AH--Pre-Modern/Early Modern, IGS--Europe, IGS--Latin America & Caribbean

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