Art History Class Explores UC Police and Policy

Are UC Davis campus police upholding their stated missions to “prevent violence and protect student rights?"

UC Davis News Service

Using photos, policies and other documentation, Art History 401 addresses the question of whether UC campus police and the UC administration are upholding their stated missions to “prevent violence and protect student rights.”

Art History 401 is a class in curatorial methods, taught by Susette Min, an assistant professor in Asian American studies and an affiliate of the Art History Program. March 12-23, ArtLounge, Memorial Union (second floor).

Co-curated by Giana Belardi, Liz Church, Ashleigh Crocker, Maizy Enck, Susan Fanire, Megan Friel, Cindy Gieng, Bianca Hua, Lizzy Joelson, Mitzi Matthews, Monica Mercado, Brayant Pereyra, Kyle Taylor, Jennifer Urrutia, Ariana Young and Kevin Zhou.

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