Explain how the histories of colonialism, racism, xenophobia, sexism, and discrimination impact how minoritized people are depicted in the modern visual art
I want you to write a concept map about the body and identity. I provided you with some links I want you to use to write the concept map. Look at the links and they reach you out to the topics. The following topics what you have to look at to complete the concept map and for the links look down these topics and you will find them there.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent
Content includes comprehensive analysis with evidence to support. It demonstrates the learning objectives (LOs).
Full Credit: Address all LOs, though some in a more thorough way than others
Half Credit: Address at least three of LOs, with some entirely missing
define key terms associated with artworks highlighting the human figure
describe how ancient cultures (before the year 1500) approached the human form in art
describe how different axes of identity (gender, class, race, social status, occupation, religion, etc) are highlighted in the depiction of human figures in the modern era (after the year 1500)
explain how the histories of colonialism, racism, xenophobia, sexism, and discrimination impact how minoritized people are depicted in the modern visual arts (after the year 1500)
analyze form, content, and context of key works of art from the module (visual analysis)
Sources of information are properly cited (Chicago style) and there is no evidence of plagiarism.
Critical Thinking is scrutiny of the material and offering a new perspective that goes beyond the surface. It can be displayed through connections (to other modules, other courses, lived experiences, etc) and thinking outside-of-the-box.
Appearance is organized and professional, with almost no typos or grammatical/mechanical errors. The work has quality images of artworks and uses font color/size and background color that is legible and clean. It shows you care.
The Ancient World (pre-1500 CE)
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https://smarthistory.org/seated-scribe/ (Links to an external site.)
https://smarthistory.org/donatello-david/ (Links to an external site.)
https://smarthistory.org/michelangelo-slaves/ (Links to an external site.)
The Modern World (post-1500 CE)
https://smarthistory.org/kahlo-the-two-fridas-las-dos-fridas/ (Links to an external site.)