Fall 2012 not offered
In this course we shall study the production and circulation of artifacts produced by Europeans engaged in the colonization of North America from the 16th to 19th centuries. In particular we shall explore how artists and patrons explored changing notions of civic identity in emerging nations: the United States, the Mexican Republic, and the Dominion of Canada.
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F. POHL, Framing America Art (Second edition) ISBN 978-0500287156
M. DOEZEMA and E. MILROY Reading American Art (1998) 978-0300069983
Other readings will be available on E-Res or on-line databases.
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Quizzes; mid-term; four short papers. Students must be able to attend a Sunday afternoon trip to the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford
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