HA 304 — Holocaust Representation in Art (Honors)

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

In surveying art about the Holocaust, this course explores the ethical limits of representation in an interdisciplinary framework of history, politics, art history, media studies, psychoanalysis, and Marxist and literary theory. What will emerge is the way that many concerns of Holocaust-related artists have likewise driven so-called mainstream artists since World War II. Required qualification for Presidential Scholars Program or 3.5 GPA and approval of Dean for Liberal Arts. (G7: Humanities).
Prerequisite(s): HA 112.