BCAR 4023 Required Coursepack
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This coursepack contains the following readings for BCAR 4023:
- Groys, Boris. “Critical Reflections,” The State of Art Criticism. Michael Newman and James Elkins, eds. Routledge, 2007. 61-69.
- Herwitz, Daniel. “Art and Experience,” Aesthetics: Key Concepts in Philosophy. Continuum, 2006. 78-112.
- Pitts, Stephanie E., Sarah M. Price. “‘It’s okay not to like it’: The Appeal and Frustrations of the Contemporary Arts,” Understanding Audience Engagement in the Contemporary Arts. Taylor & Francis, 2020. 131-151.
- Scott, Jason. “’Off-Beat’ as a Generic Designation in Variety Reviews.” The Shifting Definitions of Genre. Edited by Lincoln Geraghty and Mark Jancovich. Mcfarland & Company, Inc., 2009. 52-60.
- Leuthold, Steven M. “Art, Culture, and Hybridity,” Cross-Cultural Issues in Art: Frames for Understanding. Taylor & Francis, 2010. 10-26.
- Bordwell, David. “Routines and Practices.” Making Meaning. Harvard University Press, 1991. 19-42.
- Metz, Christian. “On the Impression of Reality in the Cinema.” Film Language: A Semiotics of the Cinema (Translated by Michael Taylor). The University of Chicago Press, 1974. 3-15.
- Witek, Joseph. “’You Can Do Anything with Words and Pictures: Harvey Pekar’s American Splendor,” The Narrative Art of Jack Jackson, Art Spiegelman, and Harvey Pekar. University Press of Mississippi, 1989. 121-156.
- Watkins, Samuel Craig. “Our Future… Right Here, Right Now!,” Hip Hop Matters: Politics, Pop Culture, and the Struggle for the Soul of a Movement. Beacon Press, 2005. 187-205.
- Stallabrass, Julian. “Time as Space, Space as Time,” Internet Art: The Online Clash of Culture and Commerce. Tate, 2003. 40-59.
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