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This study guide includes all the weeks classes thatdiscuss Topic 12.
—To decide how visual studies was presented inthis class, and in the Visual and Critical StudiesProgram as a whole —To discuss how visual studies is presented in mybook,
Visual Studies: A Skeptical Introduction
—To decide how you would like to present visualstudies, if you were teaching it, or as you go on toresearch it.
Objectives of this lecture:
Visual Studies, A Skeptical Introduction,
in threeparts:(a) Chapter 1(b) Chapters 2, 3(c) Chapters 4, 52. Margarita Dikovitskaya’s dissertation, “From ArtHistory to Visual Culture,” chapters 2 and 43. Douglas Crimp, “Getting the Warhol We Deserve”4. Tom Mitchell, “Interdisciplinarity and VisualCulture” and “Showing Seeing”
Contents of this lecture:
(This study guide doesn’t follow that order; it follows a thematic order.)