Modernity & Postmodernity – Griffith University, Griffith College

This course situates design in an enlightenment history of ideas and within the crisis of reason that underpinned the arrival of postmodernity while ex¬ploring how non-Western cultures constituted and engaged the idea of the modern from the perspective of a critical, culturally comparative history. Students will acquire a very clear distinction between the concepts and historical figures of the modern, modernity, and modernism and the relationship to design.

Sessional Lecturer (Griffith College):
Tasks include planning and running weekly lectures on histories and theories of design.

Instructor (Griffith University, Griffith College):
Tasks include teaching weekly tutorials, running workshops and activities, providing students with feedback on their assessments and marking.

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