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Black Skin, White Walls: African Americans and the Museum
photo of viewers of art at Houston Museum of African American Culture
Credit Hours:

Examination of the history of African Americans’ relationship to both art and natural history museums. Topics will include protest, institution building, and art collecting. Through a combination of museum sociology, art history, and Black history, students will gain a clearer understanding of the politics of art.

Instructors of this Course

Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies

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