Censorship and the Monument Debate

Throughout this semester we will apply what we learn in Living with Art to a discussion of public monuments. Our purpose is to have conversations that build teamwork communication social responsibility and critical thinking skills in preparation for the group project: a position statement on what should be done with monuments that have recently come under criticism. Note: This topic can stir very strong emotions. Please keep your postings professional and focused on the required information. Listen to each other and be thoughtful. Avoid inappropriate language and treat the diverse perspectives of all members of your group with respect. Before we get started view this video from Brown University. It does an excellent job of summarizing the two sides of the current confederate monument debate. Turn on closed captioning to see the text. History in Dispute: Charlottesville and Confederate Monuments on Vimeo For this discussion we discuss whether the removal of monuments constitutes censorship as discussed in Living with Art. Here are your instructions: Requirements: 75 words Read “Thinking About Art: Censorship” (Chapter 9 p. 211) in Living with Art. Read about the removal of confederate monuments in the United States here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Removal_of_Confederate_monuments_and_memorial Write a 75-word posting comparing the removal of confederate monuments to the examples of censorship discussed in the “Thinking About Art: Censorship” text. Next compare the removal of confederate monuments to what is happened (or happened) to the monument you have worked with throughout this semester. Has it been removed? Is the the matter being debated? Has it been defaced during protests? Be sure to use terms/concepts from the course in your posting. Post by the deadline listed in the syllabus. Read “Thinking About Art: Censorship” (Chapter 9 p. 211) in Living with Art.Read about the removal of confederate monuments in the United States here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Removal_of_Confederate_monuments_and_memorialWrite a 75-word posting comparing the removal of confederate monuments to the examples of censorship discussed in the “Thinking About Art: Censorship” text.Next compare the removal of confederate monuments to what is happened (or happened) to the monument you have worked with throughout this semester. Has it been removed? Is the the matter being debated? Has it been defaced during protests?Be sure to use terms/concepts from the course in your posting.Post by the deadline listed in the syllabus. ‘

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