HA 236 — Queering Art History and Western Visual Culture

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

Students are introduced to the historical and social contexts and theorization of LGBTQIA presence and perspective, primarily in Europe and the US, from three angles: the history of artistic production by queer artists; representations of non-binary sexuality in art and popular imagery; and queering as a mode of reception and interpretation. (G7: Humanities).

Campus and Facilities


...costumes and textiles. FIT has four residence halls...Goodman Resource Center and 236 West 27th Street...