POLS 496 Aesthetics and Politics

Course exploring how changing conceptions of aesthetics and certain art movements intersect with such political ideas as conservatism, liberalism, Marxism, fascism, and the disappearance of the political from the eighteenth century to the present digital age. Aims to question what constitutes the political from the purview of such notions as aesthetic objects, tastes and experiences of reality. Credit units: 3 ECTS Credit units: 5.

Spring Semester (Banu Helvacıoğlu)

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