General Statement







As ongoing process, the fact of contact continually gives rise to transformation of energy for production to take place. Exchange relative to the components cultural and intellectual history (ideas), material culture (technology) regional culture history (locale) and popular culture history (mass audience) will be utilized as content areas to assess social and political expression that surfaces in paintings produced from 1954-1970. Thus treatment of this presentation encompasses the visual, auditory, and instructional.


The selection:






Cultural & Intellectual History

Material Culture History

Regional Culture History

Popular Culture History

Content by Ronald R. Dorris, Ph.D.


Xavier University of Louisiana