Courses of Study 2015-2016 
    
    Apr 25, 2018  
Courses of Study 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

ART—Art

   •  ART 6000 - Graduate Seminar: Contemporary Theory and Art
   •  ART 6001 - Contemporary Art as an Intellectual Field and Rethinking Form and Medium
   •  ART 6002 - Special Topics: Seminar 1
   •  ART 6003 - Cultural Identity, Political Agency, Post-Colonialism and Globalization
   •  ART 6004 - Special Topics: Seminar 2
   •  ART 6690 - Comparative Modernities
   •  ART 7001 - Graduate Studio I
   •  ART 7002 - Graduate Studio II
   •  ART 8001 - Graduate Studio III
   •  ART 8002 - Graduate Studio IV

ARTH—Art History

   •  ARTH 1100 - Art Histories: An Introduction
   •  ARTH 1140 - FWS: Picturing the Pagan Pantheon in Italian Renaissance Art
   •  ARTH 1141 - FWS: Who Owns Culture? Propaganda, Theft, Museums & Heritage Wars
   •  ARTH 1148 - FWS: Writing the Object: Rembrandt's Golden Age at the Johnson Museum
   •  ARTH 1149 - FWS: The Politicized Image in East and Southeast Asia
   •  ARTH 1150 - FWS: Art and Patronage in Medieval Sicily and Southern Italy
   •  ARTH 2000 - Introduction to Visual Studies
   •  ARTH 2019 - Thinking Surrealisms
   •  ARTH 2020 - [Video Games as Art]
   •  ARTH 2101 - Indigenous Ingenuities as Living Networks
   •  ARTH 2200 - Introduction to Art History: The Classical World in 24 Objects
   •  ARTH 2221 - [Archaeology/Roman Private Life]
   •  ARTH 2230 - [Ancient Greece: A Cultural History]
   •  ARTH 2350 - [Introduction to Art History: Islamic Art and Culture]
   •  ARTH 2355 - [Introduction to Art History: Medieval Art and Culture]
   •  ARTH 2400 - Introduction to Art History: Renaissance and Baroque Art
   •  ARTH 2500 - [Introduction to the History of Photography]
   •  ARTH 2550 - [Introduction to Art History: Latin American Art]
   •  ARTH 2600 - Introduction to Art History: The Modern Era
   •  ARTH 2710 - [Roman Wall Painting]
   •  ARTH 2805 - [Material Worlds: Trade and the Arts of Asia]
   •  ARTH 3010 - Photography and the American Dream
   •  ARTH 3100 - [History of Photography]
   •  ARTH 3210 - [The Archaeology of the City of Rome]
   •  ARTH 3225 - [Archaic & Classical Greece]
   •  ARTH 3226 - [Art of Late Antiquity]
   •  ARTH 3230 - [Iconography of Greek Myth]
   •  ARTH 3250 - Introduction to Dendrochronology
   •  ARTH 3270 - [Constantinople/Istanbul, 330-1566]
   •  ARTH 3300 - [Romanesque and Early Gothic Art and Architecture: Europe and the Mediterranean, 900 to 1150 A.D.]
   •  ARTH 3419 - Rembrandt and His Circle: Technologies of Vision
   •  ARTH 3420 - [Culture of the Later Renaissance]
   •  ARTH 3440 - Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, and their World
   •  ARTH 3443 - [Art & Society in Early Renaissance Italy]
   •  ARTH 3451 - [Global Cultural Heritage]
   •  ARTH 3500 - [African American Art]
   •  ARTH 3505 - [Blaxploitation Film and Photography]
   •  ARTH 3510 - African Art and Culture
   •  ARTH 3550 - [Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art]
   •  ARTH 3565 - [Art & Architecture of Colonial Latin America]
   •  ARTH 3566 - [Introduction to Pre-Columbian Art]
   •  ARTH 3600 - Contemporary Art: 1960-Present
   •  ARTH 3605 - [U.S. Art from FDR to Reagan]
   •  ARTH 3650 - [History and Theory of Digital Art]
   •  ARTH 3672 - [The Art of the Historical Avant-Garde]
   •  ARTH 3724 - [Death in the Roman Empire]
   •  ARTH 3740 - [Painting Nineteenth Century America]
   •  ARTH 3760 - Impressionism in Society
   •  ARTH 3765 - The Spectacular Fin-de-siecle
   •  ARTH 3800 - Introduction to the Arts of China
   •  ARTH 3820 - Introduction to the Arts of Japan
   •  ARTH 3850 - The Arts of Southeast Asia
   •  ARTH 3855 - [The House and the World: Architecture of Asia]
   •  ARTH 3915 - Art in the Modern World
   •  ARTH 4100 - Proseminar
   •  ARTH 4107 - [The Museum and the Object]
   •  ARTH 4144 - [Responsive Environments]
   •  ARTH 4150 - [Introduction to Critical Theory]
   •  ARTH 4151 - [Topics in Media Arts]
   •  ARTH 4153 - Topics in Feminist Media Arts
   •  ARTH 4154 - [Feminism, Post-Feminism, and Cyberfeminism]
   •  ARTH 4155 - [Topics in Latin American Art]
   •  ARTH 4160 - [Topics in Colonial Encounters]
   •  ARTH 4161 - [Visual Cultures of the Andes]
   •  ARTH 4165 - [Visual Encounters in the Early Modern World]
   •  ARTH 4171 - 19th Century Art and Culture
   •  ARTH 4233 - [Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology]
   •  ARTH 4310 - [Methods in Medieval]
   •  ARTH 4331 - [Topics in Islamic Art]
   •  ARTH 4350 - [Faces of Power]
   •  ARTH 4351 - Problems in Byzantine Art
   •  ARTH 4352 - [Medieval Cosmologies: Text, Image, and Music]
   •  ARTH 4438 - [Language and Image]
   •  ARTH 4440 - Constructing the Self in the Sixteenth Century
   •  ARTH 4445 - [Nature, Cultural Landscape, and Gardens in Early Modern Italy and France]
   •  ARTH 4450 - [Representations of Women in the Italian Renaissance]
   •  ARTH 4451 - [Prints and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe]
   •  ARTH 4500 - Collecting Copies
   •  ARTH 4507 - [Topics in Contemporary Art]
   •  ARTH 4508 - [Exhibiting Cultures: Museums, Monuments, Representation, and Display]
   •  ARTH 4514 - Post Colonial Studies and Black Radical Imagination
   •  ARTH 4577 - Counter-Time: Anachronism and Obsolescence in Contemporary Art
   •  ARTH 4578 - African Cinema
   •  ARTH 4600 - [Studies in Modern Art]
   •  ARTH 4602 - [Buildings and Bodies: Constructing Spaces in Early Modern Art]
   •  ARTH 4603 - [Perplexing Pictures: Puzzles & Problems in Early Modern Art]
   •  ARTH 4604 - Rembrandt and Vermeer: New Takes on Old Masters
   •  ARTH 4605 - [Art/Science Intersections: More than Meets the Eye]
   •  ARTH 4642 - African Aesthetics
   •  ARTH 4690 - Comparative Modernities
 

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