ANTH 336 - Art and Culture

  • 3 credits

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.
    ISBN: 978-9057005220
  • Outsider Art: Spontaneous Alternatives, 1st Ed. (2000)
    Rhodes, Colin
    ISBN: 0500203342
  • The Colorful Apocalypse: Journeys in Outsider Art, 1st Ed. (2015)
    Bottoms, Greg
    ISBN: 978-0226066875
  • The Traffic in Culture: Refiguring Art and Anthropology (1995)
    Marcus, George E. and Myers, Fred R.
    ISBN: 978-0520088474

E-reserve readings will be assigned per module.


Barbara Hawthorne

(970) 351-2153 |

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.

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