Critical Theory & Expressive Culture - Fall 2019


Location: Corbett Family Hall 202 (View on map )

Critical Theory & Expressive Culture

Anthropology 40302 (crn 16795) / 60302

Monday 3:30-6:15pm

Open to graduate students and advanced undergraduate students.

This course is meant to provide a comprehensive introduction to Marxist theory in relation to expressive culture, or the aesthetic in social life. We begin with the writings of Marx and then move historically through various major re-readings of Marxist thought in relation to aesthetic theory.

Please contact Prof. Chavez ( with any questions or enrollment issues.

Critical Theory 2019 Chavez