CCST 321 - Material and Process (LS)

This lecture/seminar course investigates the significance of materials and processes across a broad range of contemporary cultural practices and practitioners. Students will analyze materials and processes in relation to the context for the production and reception of cultural artefacts from a variety of theoretical and critical perspectives that consider issues such as ethics, aesthetics, erotics, and politics.

Course Credits:


Course Prerequisites

Two 200-level courses in SCCS (ENGL, HUMN, CCST, AHIS), one of which must be a 200- level ENGL, plus completion of First Year Studies.


A20036Hall, Lyndl
2:00pm - 4:50pm room: 520