consider how later postcolonial critique questioned the way nationalism essentialized identity through difference, reproducing colonial, modernist, and Orientialist dualisms.

Each essay response should be a minimum of 1000 words and reference at least three (3)materials from the course. Your essays should have an identifiable, clear thesis. A good essay will clearly and concisely argue a central point and use relevant artworks to illustrate your point.

Be clear as to how an artwork artistically, stylistically, thematically, and/or conceptuallysupports your argument. Pay attention to the structure of your essays.

Use the sources in attachment only.

Question 1

In the second half of the course, we discussed modern nationalisms and the establishment of national style and form in China, North Korea, South Korea, and Japan prior to 1950. Please discuss official, state-sanctioned modes of visual representation and the relationship between race and nation. Be thoughtful in the examples you choose; you do not have to include examples from China, North Korea, South Korea, and Japan. You may want to consider how later

postcolonial critique questioned the way nationalism essentialized identity through difference, reproducing colonial, modernist, and Orientialist dualisms. Or, you may want to compare different national forms and address stylistic similarities and/or differences. Or, you may want to compare different national forms and discuss how they reflect nationalist constructions of race,

ethnicity, and national belonging. Or you want to discuss something entirely different.


 

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