Spring 2021 not offered
This course examines the Syrian uprising that started on March 15, 2011, and how photography can be produced to understand the social political factors in the creation of image language in "a hope-lessness photology."
This course explores the trajectory of uprising through popular demonstrations and protest slogans in photography as the sine qua non of a new revolutionary and artistic language in Syria since 2011 so far. In addition, this course will provide a survey of the principles aesthetic and political dimensions through the study of thematic photography based on several critical approaches.
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SUZAN SONTAG, ON PHOTOGRAPHY WALTER BENJAMIN, A SHORT HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY ROLAND BARTHES, LA CHAMBRE CLAIRE
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Respectful participation, discussion, final paper and paper proposal.
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