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Course Overview

This course introduces a humanistic perspective on De’VIA and Deaf artists. Deaf View/Image Art ( De’VIA ) refers to works by artists who express their Deaf experiences through visual art. Students will also explore how other minority groups ( such as feminists, African Americans, Native Americans, etc). Use art as an expression of resistance. this course involves slide presentations of minority arts and De’VIA and group discussions.

Prerequisites: DST 204

Program: Deaf Studies

Credit: 3

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