Courses / Undergraduate

Fall 2020

  • Mexican and Chicano Art History

    CHICANO 130 | CCN: 21322

    Jesus Barraza

    TU 3:00 - 5:59 pm 106 Moffitt Library

    3 Units

    This course examines the body of contemporary Chicana/o artistic production, from mid-1960 to the 2000s, through an examination of the historical, aesthetic and philosophical foundations of Chicana/o art theory and practice. Tracing the inspirations of the Chicana/o Art Movement from Mexican and Latin American Modernism to understand how the development of Chicana/o art as a political, cultural, and social movement with a focus on the spiritual and philosophical concepts that laid ground for the Chicana/o Movimiento as a radical departure from Mexico’s Modernist Agenda.