ARHI 301/CLST 301: Canadian Visual Culture (Rev. C2/C2) Report a Broken Link

Art History 301: Canadian Visual Culture presents a variety of critical perspectives that help students understand display practices and cultural production in the context of Canadian history. The course introduces the basic premise of visual culture and its interpretative approaches toward different types of images. The course focuses on mass-produced images, such as photographs and prints, as well as on the technologies of display that implemented and dispersed historical and contemporary constructions of Canadian place, nationhood, citizenship, and indigeneity.

Unit 3

Points of Contact: Early Canadian Settlement

Unit 4

Frontier/Metropole: Constructing a Visual Identity in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Unit 5

Canadian Modernism in the Twentieth Century: Nationalism and the Group of Seven
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Unit 6

Colonialism and Practices of Display
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Unit 7

Representing Nation and Identity Through the Lens
“'Men of the North': Canadian Sport Hunting” by G. Poulter

Unit 8

Post-modern Issues: Race and Gender in Canadian Art