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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Jan 21, 2018
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


 

ARKEO—Archaeology

   •  ARKEO 7517 - [Saving Synagogues: Architecture, Historic Preservation and Communication]
   •  ARKEO 7650 - [Hellenistic Religions]
   •  ARKEO 7729 - [Emergence of Greek Civilization]
   •  ARKEO 7738 - [Image Love, Image Hate]
   •  ARKEO 7741 - [Methods and Approaches in Current Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 7742 - [Research Methods in Archaeology]
   •  ARKEO 7743 - Archaeology of the Hellenistic Mediterranean
   •  ARKEO 7756 - The Roman Economy
   •  ARKEO 8901 - Master's Thesis
   •  ARKEO 8902 - Master's Thesis

ART—Art

   •  ART 1101 - Art as Experience
   •  ART 1102 - Art as Experience II: TransMedia
   •  ART 1500 - Summer Drawing I
   •  ART 1503 - Summer Drawing II
   •  ART 1504 - Introduction to Drawing in Rome
   •  ART 1505 - Drawing Rome
   •  ART 1602 - Introduction to Photography in Rome
   •  ART 1909 - Internship Practicum
   •  ART 2103 - First-Year Studio Research Workshop
   •  ART 2201 - Painting: Introduction to Painting
   •  ART 2301 - Print Media: Introduction to Print Media
   •  ART 2401 - Introduction to Sculpture
   •  ART 2501 - Drawing: Contemporary Art Practice Through Drawing
   •  ART 2503 - Drawing: Introduction to Drawing
   •  ART 2601 - Photography: Introduction to Photography
   •  ART 2701 - Digital Media: Introduction to Digital Media
   •  ART 2907 - Visual Imaging in the Electronic Age
   •  ART 3001 - Rome Studio
   •  ART 3003 - New York City Studio
   •  ART 3005 - Advanced Practice
   •  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 - Painting: Spatial Transpositions in Painting
   •  ART 3202 - Painting: Painting Intent and Context
   •  ART 3203 - Painting: Painting Film
   •  ART 3205 - Painting: Materials and Processes
   •  ART 3299 - Painting: Special Topics
   •  ART 3301 - Print Media: Site and Display
   •  ART 3303 - Print Media: Screen/Text/Image
   •  ART 3304 - Print Media: Large Format Print Media
   •  ART 3305 - Print Media: The Hybrid Print
   •  ART 3306 - Print Media: The Artist's Book and the Object Multiple
   •  ART 3308 - Print Media: Professional Collaboration and Studio Practices
   •  ART 3399 - Print Media: Special Topics
   •  ART 3401 - Sculpture: Sculptural/Artistic Practice
   •  ART 3404 - Sculpture: Installation
   •  ART 3499 - Sculpture: Special Topics
   •  ART 3501 - Drawing: Pictorial Languages
   •  ART 3502 - Drawing: The Body
   •  ART 3599 - Drawing: Special Topics
   •  ART 3601 - Photography: Identity and the Global Lens
   •  ART 3604 - Photography: Alternative Photographic Processes - The Composite Image
   •  ART 3606 - Photography: The Constructed Image
   •  ART 3699 - Photography: Special Topics
   •  ART 3703 - Digital Media: Projects in Time-Based Art
   •  ART 3704 - Digital Media: Interactive Digital Media
   •  ART 3705 - Digital Media: Art in the Age of Networks
   •  ART 3706 - Digital Media: Mobile Media and Participatory Culture
   •  ART 3707 - Digital Media: Digital Video and Sound
   •  ART 3708 - Digital Media: Hybrid Media and Global Arts Practices
   •  ART 3799 - Digital Media: Special Topics
   •  ART 3803 - Art History: Italian Cinema
   •  ART 3805 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Metropolitan Studies
   •  ART 3810 - [Photography and the American Dream]
   •  ART 3874 - Indigenous Spaces and Materiality
   •  ART 3902 - International Professional Practice/Internship
   •  ART 3903 - NYC Professional Practice
   •  ART 3999 - Special Topics in Art
   •  ART 4001 - Thesis I
   •  ART 4002 - Thesis II
   •  ART 4100 - Senior Seminar
   •  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 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 1161 - FWS: Seeing in Miniature: Indian Painting
   •  ARTH 1162 - FWS: Constellations: Relating Image and Text
   •  ARTH 1163 - FWS: Origins of Photography
   •  ARTH 2000 - Introduction to Visual Studies
   •  ARTH 2101 - [Indigenous Ingenuities as Living Networks]
   •  ARTH 2200 - Introduction to Art History: The Classical World in 24 Objects
   •  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 2711 - Archaeology of the Roman world: Italy and the West
   •  ARTH 2805 - [Material Worlds: Trade and the Arts of Asia]
   •  ARTH 3010 - [Photography and the American Dream]
   •  ARTH 3101 - Proseminar: Introduction to Methods
 

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