Art and Human Rights
Art is both a product of our cultural, economic, and geopolitical environment as well as a sociopolitical agent. As such, art is an entry point to broader global issues and human struggles and accomplishments: it can celebrate and advocate for human rights, and it can be repressed, censored, or involved in the denial or absence of human rights. This spring’s Global Studies Positioning Series explores “Art and Human Rights” from an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective.
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