Kate Flint

Chair of Art History, University of Southern California

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Chair of the art history department at the University of Southern California

Kate Flint on KCRW

In a speech yesterday, President Obama claimed that a manufacturing career is more lucrative than the kinds of careers that art history majors go into. But, really?

Obama and Art History

In a speech yesterday, President Obama claimed that a manufacturing career is more lucrative than the kinds of careers that art history majors go into. But, really?

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