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Ch 28: AP World History: Arts, Literature, and Culture in the 20th Century

About This Chapter

Use our lessons to review for the AP World History exam. The lessons and quizzes can help you prepare as you study the arts, literature, and culture of the 20th century.

AP World History: Arts, Literature, and Culture in the 20th Century - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter cover many of the influential and important artists and writers of the 20th century. Sports and culture are also covered. Once you finish the lessons, you should be able to:

  • Identify prominent artists and famous works of the 20th century
  • Discuss the artists, poets, and music of the Harlem Renaissance
  • List reggae artists and instruments
  • Share facts about modern India
  • Outline the history of the Olympics
  • Summarize the origins and evolution of soccer, including the history of the World Cup

As you review these lessons, our expert instructors are available to answer your questions. The lessons are available on any Internet-connected device, and you can work when it is convenient for you. Use the lesson quizzes to make sure you are understanding the lessons and to check your progress.

8 Lessons in Chapter 28: AP World History: Arts, Literature, and Culture in the 20th Century
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Prominent Artists & Works of the 20th Century

1. Prominent Artists & Works of the 20th Century

In this lesson, we will explore the world of 20th century art. We'll look at some overall characteristics of this century of art and then explore various trends and movements in the art world.

Famous Artists of the 20th Century

2. Famous Artists of the 20th Century

The twentieth century experienced many changes, including a burst of artistic movements that contributed to art in a startling fashion. In this lesson, we will look at famous artists of the 20th century, as well as the movements they were members of.

Art and Culture of the Harlem Renaissance: Artists, Poets, Authors & Music

3. Art and Culture of the Harlem Renaissance: Artists, Poets, Authors & Music

In this lesson, we will learn about an artistic and intellectual movement called the Harlem Renaissance. We will identify the major figures associated with the movement and identify their contributions.

What Is Reggae? - Definition, Artists & Instruments

4. What Is Reggae? - Definition, Artists & Instruments

This lesson will define reggae music within the context of 20th century Jamaican music. Important artists, related genres, and periods of development will be explored, with special attention paid to the critical decades of the 1960s and 1970s.

Modern India: Facts & Culture

5. Modern India: Facts & Culture

Learn about the diverse and intriguing culture of India. In this lesson, discover some facts about this Asian nation and explore different aspects of its modern culture, including language, religion, food, politics, and Bollywood films.

The Olympic Games: History & Developments

6. The Olympic Games: History & Developments

Everyone loves the Olympics, but where did this tradition come from? In this lesson we'll cover the creation of these modern games and how they have developed over the last century.

The Origins & Evolution of Soccer

7. The Origins & Evolution of Soccer

The modern origins of soccer are found in 19th century England. Since then, it has spread to every corner of of the earth and is currently the most popular sport in the world. In this article, learn about its development and evolution.

World Cup Soccer: History & Facts

8. World Cup Soccer: History & Facts

This lesson dives into the exciting realm of World Cup soccer, better known as the game of football throughout the world. Within, you'll learn the history of the competition and a number of fun facts from World Cup trivia.

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