Schedule

How to read this schedule:

Class:    [these are things we will do in the class session of the day]
Study:   [these are  things you need to study before the class session of the day]
Due:      [these are things that are due in class or via email that day]

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

  • Tue, 3/5
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Herbert Marcuse, The Aesthetic Dimension
    • Due: Critical Commentary (Polished Draft)

  • Thu, 3/7
    • Class: Seminar discussion; Workshop: research, sources
    • Study: Herbert Marcuse, The Aesthetic Dimension

 

[SPRING BREAK]

Week 9

  • Tue, 3/19
    • Class: Peer review
    • Study: [Research reading]
    • Due: Persuasive Essay (Discovery Draft)

  • Thu, 3/21
    • Class: Seminar discussion; Workshop: thesis statements
    • Study: [Target artform reading]

Week 10

  • Tue, 3/26
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Mary Devereaux, “Feminist Aesthetics”
    • Due: Exercise 5: Connections

  • Thu, 3/28
    • Class: NO CLASS / Conferences (Wed-Thu)
    • Due: Conference 2 Notes

Week 11

  • Tue, 4/2
    • Class: Workshop: introductions
    • Study: [Research reading]

  • Thu, 4/4
    • Class: Peer review
    • Study: [Research reading]
    • Due: Persuasive Essay {Working Draft)

Week 12

  • Tue, 4/9
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Brian Schrank, Avant-garde Videogames,  “Videogames as Avant-garde Art” & Merritt Kopas “I’m a Transsexual Witch Poet Gramecrafter”
    • Due: Exercise 6: Implications

  • Thu, 4/11
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Gregg Horowitz, “Aesthetics of the Avant-garde”

Week 13

  • Tue, 4/16
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Claire Bishop, Radical Museology

  • Thu, 4/18
    • Class: Seminar discussion
    • Study: Gayatri Spivak, “Aesthetic Education in the Era of Globalization”

Week 14

  • Tue, 4/23
    • Class: NO CLASS / Writing Day

  • Thu, 4/25
    • Class: Workshop: Symposium posting/preparation
    • Due: Symposium Manifesto

Week 15

  • Tue, 4/30
    • Class: Symposium, Day 1
    • Study: [Symposium manifestos]

  • Thu, 5/2
    • Class: Symposium, Day 2
    • Study: [Symposium manifestos]
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