Noah Charney, art historian and author, argues convincingly for the increased importance and relevance of a humanities-based education in “The art of learning: Why art history might be the most important subject you could study today” on Salon.com. The multiple skills and interdisciplinary aspects of studying art history increase critical thinking, especially important in this age of fake news. John Berger’s Ways of Seeing is more important than ever….
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