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Course: ARA 311, Fall 2009
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311 1 ARA Art Appreciation and Human Development Instructor Mary Erickson, Professor in the School of Art at Arizona State University, developed and authored this course. See Credits for many others who contributed to its development. Your instructor may be Dr. Erickson or another faculty member, a faculty associate, or a graduate teaching associate. Communication with Your Instructor Your instructor will...

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