Art expression is a defining factor in cultural identity and representation in a modern world where geographical and political borders are diminishing.
This course can be applied toward:
ANTH 100 (Introductory Cultural Anthropology) or ANTH 200 (Cultures and the Global System).
Textbooks and Materials
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
- Contested Representations: Revisiting Into the Heart of Africa, 1st Ed. (2007)
Butler, Shelley R.
- Outsider Art: Spontaneous Alternatives, 1st Ed. (2000)
- The Colorful Apocalypse: Journeys in Outsider Art, 1st Ed. (2015)
- The Traffic in Culture: Refiguring Art and Anthropology (1995)
Marcus, George E. and Myers, Fred R.
E-reserve readings will be assigned per module.
Dr. Barbara Hawthorne's research areas include applied anthropology, art expression and representation, community engagement, immigrant populations in the United States with emphasis on Mexican-American studies in northern Colorado; multicultural education, gender studies; research and methodologies in anthropology and education; cultural change and globalization; gender studies; human sexuality; and museoloogy.