To understand the connection between migration and diverse media, the authors examine how migration is represented in film, television, music, and art, but also how media shape the ways in which host country and homeland are imagined. Among the topics considered are new mediated forms for representing migration, widening the perspective on the ways these representations may be analyzed; readings of enactments of memory in trans- and inter-disciplinary ways; and discussions of globalization and transnationalism, inviting us to rethink traditional borders in respect to migration, nation states, as well as disciplines.
To find books and materials in the Marshall University Libraries on art education in the library catalog, click on any of the headings below:
- Art study and teaching
- Art in education
- Art research
- Mentally handicapped children education art
- Art appreciation study and teaching
- Computer art study and teaching
- Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
To browse in the stacks in either the Drinko Library or Morrow Library, the call numbers N81 to N390 can be used as a guide to locating materials on art education.
Some useful online resources for art education are:
- ArtsEdNet - A division of the Getty Foundation, provides classroom resources, lesson plans and curriculum guides, a chat room, and a search box for specific topics.
- Marshall University Art Department - View information about degree program, faculty, galleries, and news and events.
- Arts programs : Universities - Provides links to selected universities with degrees in art.
- ArtsConnectEd - Page of the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts which includes classroom and creative ideas.
- Art Studio Chalkboard - Page provided by University of Evansville Art Department providing information for artists and students on painting and drawing.
- Art Teacher Connection - Website designed for the visual arts teacher, encouraging technology innovation in art education.
- VSA arts - International organization that creates learning opportunities through the arts for people with disabilities.