CHID 250 D: Special Topics: Introduction to the History of Ideas

Winter 2021
Meeting:
TTh 2:30pm - 5:20pm / * *
SLN:
12440
Section Type:
Seminar
Joint Sections:
ART 360 A
Instructor:
"MOBILITY, VISIBILITY, AND THE OTHER: RENDERING 2D ANIMATION" TAUGHT BY: DAN PAZ XLIST WITH ART 360A THIS CROSS-DISCIPLINARY, PRACTICUM COURSE FOCUSES ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF DOCUMENTATION TO ANALYZE REPRESENTATION OF STILLNESS AND MOVEMENT AS IT AFFECTS INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS AND MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES IN THE WEST. BEGINNING WITH A CLOSE ANALYSIS OF INDIGENOUS MARK-MAKING, WE WILL EXPLORE ANALOG AND DIGITAL FORMS OF SEQUENCING USING VARYING METHODS OF SLOW ANIMATION. THROUGH MATERIAL EXPLORATION STUDENTS WILL BE INTRODUCED TO CULTURAL AND CREATIVE PRACTICES THAT PARSE OUT INDIGENEITY, THE GLOBAL SOUTH, RACE, GENDER, AND ETHNIC LINEAGE TO MAKE THAUMATROPES, GESTURAL ANIMATIONS, CONTINUOUS/STOP- MOTION VIDEOS, AND 2D ANIMATIONS THAT REFLECT UPON THEIR OWN RELATIONSHIPS TO EMBODIED HISTORY. OFFERED VIA REMOTE LEARNING
Catalog Description:
Examines a different subject or problem from a comparative framework. Satisfies the Gateways major/minor requirement. Offered: AWSp.
GE Requirements Met:
Social Sciences (SSc)
Credits:
5.0
Status:
Active
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July 20, 2024 - 5:38 pm