Examines some central concerns that have arisen in late modernist art, exploring the moves, intensification and political implications of art in the post-1968 period.
World archaeology from the emergence of culture to the first cities, including the Pacific region.
The selection of topics from the late eighteenth century to the 1970s are covered. Painting, sculpture, carving, architecture, photography and other media are studied.
The course considers what socio-cultural changes were involved as Holocene.
Humans are social and cultural beings. This course provides an understanding of human lives. Basic concepts and approaches are covered.