Yale School of Art
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PHOTOGRAPHY Art 337, Visualizing Identities in Race, Gender, Class, Queerness

Photographic investigation of the politics of visibility and intersectionality, the social processes in which identities are formed and revised. Exploration of the constructions of race, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, citizenship, ethnicity, religion, and class. Students study problems through photography, including concepts of identity and the construction of identities; how some identities appear invisible, visible, or super-visible; and which identities speak authentically and also universally. Lab/materials fee: $150. Prerequisite: ART 136a or b, or ART 138a or b, or equivalent.

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