A survey of art history from the Renaissance to present day. The course will give attention to the relationship of art and architecture to other facets of social, religious, cultural, and intellectual history. Students may not hold credit for this course and the former TFA-2000. Formerly TFA-2030

This course is taught in the fall 2021.

This course examines trends in the Canadian Mennonite experience over the past half-century. Our exploration of these decades will be both chronological and thematic across national regions where topics of study may include immigration and refugees, politics, business and labour, art and literature, urban and rural life, family, sexuality, religious beliefs and practices, missions and activism, entertainment, and your parents.