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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

ARKEO—Archaeology

   •  ARKEO 3661 - Sumerian Language and Culture I
   •  ARKEO 3662 - [Sumerian Language and Culture II]
   •  ARKEO 3664 - Origins of Mesopotamian Civilization
   •  ARKEO 3690 - [History and Culture of Ur]
   •  ARKEO 3800 - Introduction to the Arts of China
   •  ARKEO 4011 - [Ceramic Analysis for Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 4020 - Designing Archaeological Exhibits
   •  ARKEO 4113 - Archaeology of the Everyday: The Near East and Beyond
   •  ARKEO 4120 - [Archaeology of Orientalism]
   •  ARKEO 4150 - [Archaeology of Greek Religion: Theory, Methods, and Practice]
   •  ARKEO 4209 - [Approaches to Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 4216 - Maya History
   •  ARKEO 4220 - [Inkas and their Empire]
   •  ARKEO 4230 - History of Archaeological Thought
   •  ARKEO 4256 - Books of Fate, Books of the Ancestors: Astrology and History in Ancient Mesoamerica
   •  ARKEO 4258 - [Archaeological Analysis]
   •  ARKEO 4260 - [Field and Analytical Methods in Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 4262 - [Catalhoyuk and Archaeological Practice]
   •  ARKEO 4263 - [Zooarchaeological Method]
   •  ARKEO 4264 - [Zooarchaeological Interpretation]
   •  ARKEO 4267 - [Origins of Agriculture]
   •  ARKEO 4270 - [Political Economy in Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 4272 - Historical Archaeology of Indigenous Peoples
   •  ARKEO 4294 - Seminar in Archaeology: The Archaeology of Human Origins
   •  ARKEO 4495 - [Rice and Language: Geography, Movement, and Exchange]
   •  ARKEO 4550 - [Archaeology of the Phoenicians]
   •  ARKEO 4650 - Hellenistic Religions
   •  ARKEO 4670 - [Power and Wealth in the Ancient Near East]
   •  ARKEO 4739 - Archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age, ca. 3000-1000: from villages to palaces
   •  ARKEO 4981 - Honors Thesis Research
   •  ARKEO 4982 - Honors Thesis Write-Up
   •  ARKEO 6000 - Special Topics in Archaeology
   •  ARKEO 6020 - Designing Archaeological Exhibits
   •  ARKEO 6232 - [Politics of the Past]
   •  ARKEO 6248 - [Iroquois Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 6256 - Maya History
   •  ARKEO 6258 - Archaeological Analysis
   •  ARKEO 6269 - [Gender and Age in Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 6270 - [Environmental Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 6272 - [Hunters and Gatherers]
   •  ARKEO 6401 - Material Theory I: Landscape & Place
   •  ARKEO 6402 - Material Theory II: Assemblage & Object
   •  ARKEO 6510 - [Advanced Fieldwork in Historical Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 6520 - [Advanced Laboratory in Historical Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 6661 - Sumerian Language and Culture I
   •  ARKEO 7113 - Archaeology of the Everyday: The Near East and Beyond
   •  ARKEO 7220 - [Inkas and their Empire]
   •  ARKEO 7230 - History of Archaeological Thought
   •  ARKEO 7262 - [Catalhoyuk and Archaeological Practice]
   •  ARKEO 7270 - [Political Economy in Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 7272 - Historical Archaeology of Indigenous Peoples
   •  ARKEO 7495 - [Rice and Language: Geography, Movement, and Exchange]
   •  ARKEO 7729 - [Emergence of Greek Civilization]
   •  ARKEO 7742 - Research Methods in Archaeology
   •  ARKEO 7743 - Archaeology of the Hellenistic Mediterranean
   •  ARKEO 8901 - Master's Thesis
   •  ARKEO 8902 - Master's Thesis

ART—Art

   •  ART 1101 - Art as Experience
   •  ART 1500 - Summer Drawing I
   •  ART 1503 - Summer Drawing II
   •  ART 1504 - Introduction to Drawing in Rome
   •  ART 1505 - Drawing Rome
   •  ART 1506 - Drawing: Rome - An Invisible City
   •  ART 1602 - Introduction to Photography in Rome
   •  ART 1607 - Black-and-White Photography Workshop
   •  ART 1608 - Color Photography Workshop
   •  ART 1909 - Internship Practicum
   •  ART 2103 - Introductory Art Seminar
   •  ART 2107 - Visual Imaging in the Electronic Age
   •  ART 2201 - Introduction to Painting
   •  ART 2301 - Introduction to Print Media
   •  ART 2401 - Introduction to Sculpture
   •  ART 2501 - Introduction to Drawing
   •  ART 2601 - Introduction to Photography
   •  ART 2701 - Introduction to Digital Media
   •  ART 2901 - The Roman Palimpsest
   •  ART 3001 - Rome Studio
   •  ART 3003 - New York City Studio
   •  ART 3091 - Directed Readings in Art
   •  ART 3092 - Independent Studio in Art
   •  ART 3093 - Directed Research in Art
   •  ART 3102 - Contemporary Rome Seminar
   •  ART 3103 - New York City Seminar
   •  ART 3201 - Spatial Transpositions in Painting
   •  ART 3202 - Painting Intent and Context
   •  ART 3203 - Painting Film
   •  ART 3205 - Painting: Materials and Processes
   •  ART 3301 - Print Media: Site and Display
   •  ART 3303 - Print Media: Screen/Text/Image
   •  ART 3304 - Large Format Print Media
   •  ART 3305 - Print Media
   •  ART 3401 - Sculptural/Artistic Practice
   •  ART 3404 - Sculpture: Installation
   •  ART 3501 - Drawing: Pictorial Languages
   •  ART 3502 - Drawing: The Body
   •  ART 3601 - Photography: Identity and the Global Lens
   •  ART 3603 - Color Photography: The Expressive Use of Color
   •  ART 3604 - Alternative Photographic Processes: The Composite Image
   •  ART 3606 - Photography: The Constructed Image
   •  ART 3703 - Projects in Time-Based Art
 

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