Based in Santiago at the Universidad Diego Portales, this seminar explores the connections between Chilean art and politics since the military coup of 1973 against President Salvador Allende, focusing on responses to censorship and repression by visual artists, filmmakers, performers, writers, and collectives, and considers the complex negotiations of the later democratic transition, the contemporary Chilean art and literary scenes, the implementation of neoliberalism, the feminist turn, the rise of recent political movements and the creation of a new constitution. Local excursions include urban public spaces used by artists as well as public and private art collections, library archives, film institutes, galleries and local museums. Students will have the opportunity to attend international symposia and other events that will mark the 50th anniversary of the military coup.
Room and Board*: $1,050
Personal Expenses and Travel: $2,250
Total Seminar Cost: $6,800
- Tuition: Instructional costs
- Room and Board: Housing and lunches at the Universidad Diego Portales. (*The actual cost of room and board is subsidized for all students through the Global Seminars endowment.)
- Personal Expenses and Travel: Airfare (estimated at $1,300) and airport ground transportation, meals not included in fee, laundry, essential toiletries, OTC medications, optional local cultural activities, optional entertainment, and local phone costs
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This seminar is generously supported by the Beth M. Siskind Global Seminars Fund. PIIRS Global Seminars are also made possible in part by the generous contributions of alumni and friends and ongoing efforts of the Office of Development.