Created by:   The University of Melbourne

  • Jeanette Hoorn

    Taught by:    Jeanette Hoorn, Professor

    Culture and Communication

LevelBeginner
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English, Subtitles: Greek
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 69 ratings

An excellent and thoroughly engaging course on disparate pieces of art within the context of gender and sexuality. The course allowed me to view artistic works within a cultural context that is deeply embedded yet often ignored .

Good course. Coming from a traditional art historical context/content. Which is still a very valuable methodology in this age of "Visual Culture"! Thank you.

A great course lead by very good teachers.

I learned a lot from this course! I loved how analytical it was and it was great to learn about the historical contexts of gender on the canvas. It has already made some of my museum visits much more interesting and thought-provoking. I will say that at times it would be difficult to follow the lecturers is the only issue I had with this course. Otherwise it was awesome.