Communicating en Masse: The Art of Activism - Educator-in-Residence Nick Kozak offers politically neutral ways of teaching on protest art and activism in the classroom.
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In history as today, vandalism is an act imbued with meaning. This is certainly true of two 18th-Dynasty Egyptian examples—that of the Pharaohs Hatshepsut and Akhenaten. Hatshepsut’s rise to power as king was at the expense of her young stepson—the rightful Pharaoh. Years after her death, vandalism in the form of the removal of any references or images associated with Hatshepsut’s kingship is evident. Akhenaten’s striking religious reforms landed him the same fate. Through analysis, we are able to ascertain the desired result of this vandalism: rewriting Egyptian history to include only that which was orthodox.
Target audience: Audience specifically educated in the liberal arts such as art, history, archaeology, anthropology, etc.