Last week, we presented three new diversity curricula supported by the ASA.
Relatedly, here are a few bibliographies people might find useful in trying to assemble diverse course readings, or for those interested in exploring other areas:
- Race and Aesthetics, from the BSA-sponsored Race and Aesthetics Conference last year
- Feminism and Aesthetics (1990-2003), by Joshua James Shaw (Penn State, Behrend)
- Theological Aesthetics, by Laura Smit (Calvin College)
- Marxism & ‘the Left’ in Philosophy of Art & Aesthetics, by Patrick O’Donnell (Independent Scholar)