01:082:101Building the Future: An Introduction to Architecture (3)Introduction to architecture emphasizing building for the future. Overview of the social and intellectual history of cities and architecture using global examples.
Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:392.
01:082:105Introduction to Western Art History (Prehistory to 1400) (3) Survey of the major monuments and trends in the history of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the western world from prehistory to 1400.
01:082:106Introduction to Western Art History (1400 to the Present) (3)Survey of the major monuments
and trends in the history of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the
western world from 1400 to the present.
01:082:107Survey of Non-Western Art (3)Introduction to the art of
the non-western world including South and Southeast Asia, China and Japan,
Africa, Native America, and Oceania. Surveys visual traditions of these regions
including art, sculpture, architecture, painting, ceramics, and book cultures
from the prehistoric to the early modern period.
01:082:118Looking at 21st-Century World History (3)Interdisciplinary examination of the role of the visual in both our daily lives and in the way we remember the past. Taught through a series of topics ranging from war and violence and gender to work and play.
Credit not given for both this course and 01:506:118.
01:082:202Contemporary Art (3)Developments in painting and sculpture since
1950. Classes include field trips to galleries and museums in New York City.
Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:205Asian Art (3)Survey of the history of art across Asia, with particular
emphasis on India, China, and Japan, and with forays into Southeast Asia.
Strong emphasis on parallel developments, important cultural connections, and
moments of cultural contact through pilgrimage and trade.
01:082:206Art of India (3)Introduction to the history of art in the Indian
subcontinent, from the rise of early empires through the grandeur of the Taj
Mahal and up to the challenges of globalization today.
01:082:211Ancient Foundations of Modernity (3)Appearance of philosophies in Classical European
civilization and their reflections in the art and architecture of their times.
The rise of Islam and the final transition of the Roman Empire into a state
that might be called Byzantine.
01:082:214Renaissance Art in Europe (3)Masterpieces of the European tradition from the 14th through 16th centuries that reveal artistic forms intrinsic to culture north and south of the Alps. Provides a background for an understanding of the development of early modern culture.
01:082:215Baroque Magnificence (3)Introduction to major monuments and themes of 17th- and 18th-century European art.
01:082:220Critical Issues in Art History (3)An introduction to critical issues in the history of art and an exploration of the way that art resonates
with contemporary society.
01:082:226Art and Visual Culture of the Caribbean (3)Introduction to art and visual culture of the Caribbean from
pre-Conquest to the present. Representational practices in relation to the
region's diversity, history of colonization, dictatorships, and revolutions.
Role of the visual in defining national, gendered, classed, racial, and
Credit not given for both this course and 01:595:226.
01:082:230Latinx Art (3)Survey of art produced by Latinas and Latinos across the United States from the 1950s to the present.Credit not given for both this course and 01:595:230.
01:082:240Modern and Contemporary African Art (3)An overview of modern and contemporary African art,
including photography as well as installation art, paintings, and sculptures.
01:082:250Oceanic, African, and Pre-Columbian Art (3) Basic concepts in the arts of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, Africa, and Oceania: time, natural landscape and architecture, and the ritual functions of art.
01:082:251Russian Art (3) Introduction to the art of Russia covering the 10th century through the 20th century.
01:082:252East Asian Art (3) Discussion of major works (painting, sculpture, and architecture) of China and Japan. Stress on techniques and styles radically different from those of Western art.
01:082:253Contemporary Photography (3)
Explores a broad range of contemporary photographs from around the world and asks what typifies the medium's everyday popularity and changing aesthetic practices.
01:082:255History of Jewish Art (3)Synagogue frescoes and architecture, medieval Illuminations, Jewish ritual art, and Israeli art.Credit not given for both this course and 01:563:226.
01:082:275Cinema and the City (3)Urbanism and architecture as read through film,
urban planning, and social history associated with 20th-century cities.
01:082:277Art and Medicine (3)Explores the evolving relationship between western art and
medicine in the modern period. Representations of doctors, patients, disease, pain, and medical
technologies in paintings, prints, photography, early film, and new media.
01:082:291,292,293,294Topics in Art History (3,3,3,3) Various topics. Detailed descriptions available at time of registration.
01:082:295Topics in Art History (1) Various topics. Detailed descriptions available at time
01:082:296Topics in Art History (2)Various topics. Detailed descriptions available at time
01:082:300History of Modern Crafts and Design (3) Crafts from the mid-19th century to the present, with particular attention to major developments such as art nouveau, art deco, and functionalism. Developments in England, France, Germany, and the United States. Prerequisite: 01:082:106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:301Ancient Architecture (3) Survey of the architecture of ancient civilizations, emphasizing development of monumental architecture in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome. Development of classical orders and principles of design are stressed. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:303Art of Egypt and the Ancient Near East (3) Introductory survey of the architecture, painting, and sculpture of the ancient civilizations of the Nile Valley, Asia Minor, and Persia. One field trip.
01:082:305Women and Art (3) Selected topics on women as subjects of art and/or makers of art. Several field trips. Credit not given for both this course and 01:988:305.
01:082:306Roman Art (3) Roman art from its Hellenic and native Italic origins to the end of the pagan tradition.
01:082:308Italy, 1250-1400: The Hinge between Medieval and Renaissance (3) Italian art and architecture from ca. 1250 to ca. 1400, with an emphasis on the stylistic and thematic innovations of Giotto and his successors and the developments of the schools of Florence, Siena, and Venice. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:309Fifteenth-Century Italy: The Birth of the Renaissance (3) Italian art and architecture of the 15th century, focusing on such masters as Masaccio, Donatello, Botticelli, and Alberti; the triumph of naturalism; Renaissance humanism and art theory. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:310The High Renaissance in Italy (3) Sixteenth-century art and architecture, emphasizing the achievements of the great central Italian masters: Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo; the artistic cult of personality and rivalry with classical antiquity; the crisis of Mannerism. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:311Egyptian Art (3) Survey of art and architecture in ancient Egypt from pre-Dynastic to Ptolemaic times. Extensive examination of the culture of Egypt--burial customs, religion, kingship, etc. Related discussions centered on the legacy of Egypt in Western art and popular culture. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:312Byzantine Art (3) Art and architecture of the Eastern Roman Empire, third through the 15th centuries. Emphasis on sources of Byzantine style and iconography and on the historical context of Byzantine art. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:489:315.
01:082:313The Renaissance in Northern Europe (3) Religious and secular art in Germany, the Netherlands, and France during the 16th century; painting, sculpture, and prints; impact of reformation and humanism. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:317Ancient Painting (3) Survey of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman painting
from the eighth century BC through the Roman Empire. Emphasis on the
development of style and on the cultural significance of painted images in
different social contexts. Prerequisite: 01:082:105. Credit not given for both this course and 01:190:317.
01:082:318Myth and Legend in Art (3) Mythology and the artist's response to the myths and legends of his or
her civilization, from antiquity through the Middle Ages. Continuity
and transformation of central themes.
01:082:319Celtic and Early Irish Art (3) Celtic, early Irish, and Anglo-Saxon art ca. 800 BC to AD 800. Emphasis on sculpture, metalwork, and enamel, and manuscript illumination.
01:082:320Islamic Art and Architecture (3) Intensive overview of the art and architecture of the Islamic world, from Spain to India. Pre- or corequisites: 01:082:105,106. Credit not given for both this course and 01:667:320 or 01:685:320.
01:082:321Art of Early China (3) Concentration on archaeological finds: pottery, jade, bronze, precious metals, lacquer from the Neolithic through the early great dynasties (5000 BC to AD 600). Prerequisite: 01:082:252 or permission of instructor.
01:082:322Japanese Art (3) The many facets of Japanese art (5000 BC to modern times). Study of sculpture and painting, temples, and decorative arts. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:324.
01:082:324Japanese Painting (3) Religious and secular painting from 700 to 1800. Secular paintings as decorations reflecting famous literary themes and sensitivity to nature. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:322. Prerequisite: 01:082:252 or permission of instructor.
01:082:325Chinese Painting (3) Special techniques, special link to calligraphy, format, subject matter, aesthetic principles, and symbolism governing artistic process, from 400 to 1600. Prerequisite: 01:082:252 or permission of instructor.
01:082:326Chinese Sculpture (3) Major religious (Buddhist and Taoist) and secular sculpture of China of the three great dynasties, Han, Tang, and Song (from common era to 1250). Prerequisite: 01:082:252 or permission of instructor.
01:082:328Modern and Contemporary Visual Culture in the Islamic World (3)Modern and contemporary
histories of visual culture including architecture, painting, sculpture,
photography, and cinema in the Islamic world. Special focus on the Arabic, Turkish, and Persian
01:082:329The South Asian Temple: Art and Devotion in South Asia (3)History of South Asian temples from their inception to
present day. Stylistic, anthropological, and ethnographic analysis reading of
the temple architecture as communal living space.
01:082:332African-American Art (3) Art of people of African descent in the United States between the 18th century and the present.
01:082:333Pre-Columbian Art (3) Art and archaeology of pre-Columbian North and South America; major contributions of the Olmec, Mayan, and Aztec peoples. Prerequisite: 01:082:250 or permission of instructor.
01:082:339-340Study Abroad in Rome: From Ancient Capital to Modern Metropolis (3,3)Architecture, sculpture, and painting of the Eternal City from Antiquity to the present. Emphasis on historical context with all classes taught on site. 339: from Antiquity through the Middle Ages; 340: from the Renaissance to the present.Offered only in summer program in Rome. Taught on site.
01:082:341Venice (3) City and art of Venice considered in context of social/cultural history as reflected in masters such as Bellini, Titian, Palladio; their interpretation of favored Venetian themes: sensuality, religion, politics. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:342Early Greek Art (3) Survey of art in the Aegean from the early Bronze Age through the Archaic period (ca. 2500-500 BC). Prerequisite: 01:082:105 or permission of instructor.
01:082:343Later Greek Art (3) Survey of classical and Hellenistic Greek art. Prerequisite: 01:082:105 or permission of instructor.
01:082:345Field Study (6) Provides supervised participation in fieldwork. Involves participation and instruction in techniques of archaeological excavation and in analysis, evaluation, and conservation of objects. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered only in summer (eight weeks).
01:082:347Early Northern European Painting (3) Development of 15th-century easel painting in France, the Netherlands, and Germany; relationship of painting to decorative arts; symbolism, realism, invention from Van Eyck to Bosch. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:348Northern European Painting of the 17th Century (3) Styles, themes, and historical context of painting in 17th-century Northern Europe, with emphasis on the Netherlands. Artists include Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, and Vermeer. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:351American Art, 1776-1913 (3)Visual and material culture of the United States from the
American Revolution to the Armory Show. Survey of painting, sculpture,
photography, and print culture in relation to American social, political, and
cultural history.Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:050:351.
01:082:357Art and Literature of the Soviet Period and the Varieties of Nonconformism (3) Official and unofficial literature and art; literary and art institutions; alternative venues. Credit not given for both this course and 01:860:336.
01:082:359,360Zimmerli Museum Internship in Russian Art (3,3)Research work related to Riabov and Dodge collections, assisting in
development and coordination of special exhibitions, translations, and
compiling artists' files.Prerequisite: Permission of program director. Credit not given for both this course and 01:860:335. Knowledge of Russian necessary.
01:082:361Russian and Soviet Avant-Gardes (3) Avant-garde art in Russia and the Soviet Union,
1905 through the perestroika period.
Prerequisite: 01:082:106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:362Native Arts of North America (3) The traditional arts and architecture of the indigenous peoples of the United States, Canada, and Greenland surveyed through archaeological data and ethnohistoric records. Field trips to museums with relevant collections.
01:082:364Arts in Baroque Rome (3) Review of practical and aesthetic concerns in painting, sculpture, and architecture, with discussions of urbanism, stage design, theater and ephemeral arts, and antiquarian studies. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:365Baroque Visions (3) Baroque painting and sculpture from Caravaggio to Giordano. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:366Spanish Painting (3) Major Spanish painters from El Greco to Goya. Prerequisite: 01:082:106.
01:082:367American Art 1585-1876 (3) American visual and material culture from colonial times to 1876. The importation of European styles and the development of an American art. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:368Modern American Art 1876-1945 (3) American visual and material culture from 1876 to the mid-20th century. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:371Arts of West Africa (3) In-depth history of the traditional arts of West Africa (Guinea, Mali, Togo, Ghana, and Nigeria).
01:082:372History of the Print (3) Media of woodcut, engraving, etching, lithography, and silkscreen, from the 15th century through the present; processes, functions, and historical development exemplified by principal artists represented in the Zimmerli Art Museum. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:373Early Medieval Art (3) Art of western Europe from Constantine to ca. AD 1000, with emphasis on transformation of the classical image of physical man to the medieval image of spiritual man. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:374Romanesque and Gothic Art (3) Art and architecture of Western Europe from AD 1000 to 1400, from Romanesque symbolic style to Gothic realism. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:375Renaissance and Baroque Architecture (3) Survey of the most important buildings, architects, and stylistic developments from 1400 to 1750 in Italy, France, England, and Germany. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:376Arts of Central Africa (3) In-depth survey of the traditional arts of Cameroon, Gabon, the Central African Republic, Zaire, and Angola.
01:082:377Gothic (3)Gothic artistic production
in Northern Europe from the mid-12th through the early 15th century in
architecture, sculpture, manuscript illumination, and various crafts, in their
religious, social, political, and economic context. Topics include liturgy and
ceremony, mysticism and devotion, pictorial narrative, lay literacy, attitudes
towards death, courtly love, and the construction of the "other." Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:374.
01:082:378Nineteenth-Century Architecture in Europe (3)Overview of the social and intellectual history of architecture in
Great Britain, France, and present-day Germany to 1900. Role of
architecture in societal transformations (the development of
nationhood, industrialization, and urbanization). Emphasis on the
invention of new building types, including universities, government
buildings, prisons, hospitals, railroad stations, and the architecture
of World's Fairs.Prerequisites:01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:379Imagery and Architecture of Medieval Rome (3)Traces the development of the imagery and architecture of medieval Rome from the legitimization of Christianity to the removal of the papacy to Avignon. Imagery includes frescoes, mosaics, sculpture, and architecture; encompasses both religious and secular buildings.Prerequisite: 01:082:105.
01:082:380Modern Jewish Art (3) The Jewish experience in modern art. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:563:383.
01:082:381Contemporary Latin American Art (3)Surveys the artistic
production of Latin America from post-World War II to the present. Topics
include social realism, surrealism and the fantastic, geometric abstraction,
conceptualism, performance art, and the effects of globalization on
contemporary Latin American art.
01:082:382Nineteenth-Century Photography (3) Overview of the social, cultural, and art history of photography from circa 1839 to 1900.
Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:383Twentieth-Century Photography (3) Overview of the social, cultural, and art history of photography from 1900 to 2000.
Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:387Realism (3) Analysis of themes and characteristics of 19th-century realist art, especially in England and France, and topics such as photographic realism, orientalists, pre-Raphaelites. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:388The City of Rome (3) Archaeology and architectural mythology of a city, its buildings, and its planning from Romulus to Mussolini. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:389Modern Art: 19th Century (3) Modern painting from romanticism through postimpressionism. Field trips to museums. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:390Modern Art: 20th Century (3) European painting and sculpture to World War II; emphasis on American art from 1945 to the present. Field trips to museums. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:391Nineteenth-Century Architecture and Society in the United States (3)Overview of the social and intellectual history of architecture in the
United States to 1900. Role of architecture in societal transformations
(the development of nationhood, industrialization, and urbanization).
Emphasis on the invention of new building types, including
universities, government buildings, prisons, hospitals, railroad
stations, and the architecture of World's Fairs.Credit not given for both this course and 01:512:319.
01:082:392Twentieth-Century Architecture (3) European and American architecture and planning from 1900 to the present; emphasis on major architects, styles, and buildings from art nouveau to postmodernism. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082:101.
01:082:393Modern Latin American Art (3)Overview of the origins and development of Latin American art from the post-independence period through the first half of the 20th century.Credit not given for both this course and 01:590:393.
01:082:394-395Study Abroad in Paris: Spaces and Places (3,3) Development of architecture, sculpture, and painting in the city from the time of the Caesars through the present. Changes in art in relation to political and social conditions. Offered only in summer program in Paris. Taught on site.
01:082:396Impressionism (3) Subjects, style, and social significance of 19th-century French impressionism, including Manet, Monet, Degas, and themes of women, cafe society, urbanization, leisure. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:397Medieval Architecture (3) Western European and Byzantine architecture from the third through the 14th century. Emphasis on planning and structure in the Early Christian basilica, the Middle Byzantine church, and the Gothic cathedral. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:403Approaches to Art History (3)
An overview of the literature and methods of art history from the Renaissance to the present day, emphasizing close reading and class participation and discussion.
Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 plus two additional upper-level art history courses.
01:082:406,407,408CHAPS Internship/Field Study (3,3,3)
Supervised internship or fieldwork in cultural heritage/historic preservation. Institutions include historic preservation and cultural resource management firms, government and nongovernment agencies and groups, and approved archaeological excavations.
Prerequisite: 01:082:430. Permission required. Open only to students enrolled in CHAPS Certificate in Historic Preservation.
01:082:420African Architecture (3) In-depth study of various concepts and traditional forms of shelter in Africa south of the Sahara. Prerequisites: Introductory courses in art history or African studies or permission of instructor.
01:082:421Contemporary American Architecture (3) Contribution of the modern masters (Wright, Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier) and their American students in the 1950s and early 1960s. Postmodern architecture of the late 1960s and 1970s. Contemporary developments. Prerequisite: 01:082:276 or permission of instructor.
01:082:428The Modern City (3) Architecture and urban design in select European and American cities from the 18th century to the present. Attention to political, socioeconomic, and cultural contexts. Pre- or corequisites: 01:082:391, 392 or permission of instructor.
01:082:430Foundations in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (3) Examines historic preservation and heritage conservation issues within a global and transcultural context. Topics include the illicit trade in historic material, looting and pillage of monuments and sites, national and international preservation laws and treaties, and model historic preservation projects. Credit not given for both this course and 16:082:530 or 01:506:391.
01:082:431Theories and Methods of Architectural Preservation (3) Political, social, and cultural significance of historic buildings and sites throughout the United States and abroad. Overview of the origins of architectural conservation in Europe. Contemporary theories, methods, techniques, and problems in the field of historic preservation.
01:082:440Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS): Museums, Collecting, and Preservation (3)Examines the history of
museums, modes of collecting, and the preservation of the past, and considers
these activities in the context of contemporary political issues. Credit not given for both this course and 01:190:440.
01:082:441Special Topics in Politics, History, and Heritage (3) Special studies in particular theoretical and practical aspects of cultural heritage and preservation studies. Designed by individual instructor. Prerequisite: Open to students in program in historic preservation or by permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:506:305.
01:082:444Studies in Architectural Preservation (3) Study of the history and theories of architectural preservation, introduction to documentation and investigative techniques, modern methods of conservation, regulatory and legal concerns, and designs for historic districts. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:445Studies in the Art and Architecture of New Jersey (3)The distinct contributions of New Jersey's art and architecture to a
broader history of American visual arts, from colonial times to the
01:082:446Studies in American Architecture (3) The role of North American architecture in art history. Contribution of individual architects, periods, and styles from Federalist beginnings through the 19th and early 20th century.
01:082:447,448Internship in CHAPS (3,3) Supervised internship in the field of cultural heritage conservation and preservation at an approved institution. Prerequisite: Permission required.
01:082:450Seminar: Major Italian Renaissance Artists and Themes (3) Special studies in Italian Renaissance art. Deals with different subjects, changing from year to year, such as artists (Donatello, Michelangelo, Titian); themes (death, women, patronage); and genres of art (portraits, nudes, altarpieces). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Sections designed by individual instructors. Consult department announcement.
01:082:451Seminar: Public Monuments in America, 19th-21st Centuries (3) Addresses the issues surrounding public monuments from the 19th century through the present day. Focuses on sculptures commissioned to commemorate major events in the United States, but will also consider some important European examples. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
01:082:452American Interiors from the Colonial to the Modern Era (3) Introduction to the major decorative periods and social and cultural movements that influenced the choice of furnishings and the organization of American interiors. Emphasis on domestic interiors; discussion of major commercial and institutional spaces. Includes field trips. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
01:082:454Seminar: Major Baroque Artists and Themes (3) Principal artists of the 17th and 18th centuries in Italy, Spain, France, and/or England in monographic format. Pre- or corequisites: 01:082:105,106.
01:082:462Workshop in Curatorial Practices (3) Practical experience for students interested in curatorial work in museums and/or galleries. Investigation of various responsibilities of museum professionals through field trips to museums and galleries in New York. Organizing exhibitions and preparing accompanying catalogs. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
01:082:473Seminar: Illuminated Manuscripts (3) Materials, techniques, and styles of decoration and illustration of manuscripts from antiquity to the introduction of printing. Relationship of ornament to text in various genres and style periods, and to patterns of use and patronage. Types of functional and ornamental bindings and their relationship to function and storage of luxury manuscripts. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:478Seminar: Latin American Art (3)Latin American art and visual culture. Topics may vary with instructor.Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:479Seminar: Asian Art (3)Asian art and visual culture. Topics may vary with instructor.Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:484Seminar: Ancient Art (3) Focus on various problems of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman art, such as style, iconography, painting, sculpture, portraits, minor arts, architecture, cities, and sanctuaries. Prerequisite: 01:082:105 or permission of instructor.
01:082:486Seminar: Medieval Art History (3) Particular genre, medium, monument, or area within medieval art (e.g., ivory carving, seals, the Bayeux tapestry, Chartres cathedral). Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:487Seminar: Modern Art (3) Specialized study in 19th- and 20th-century art and architecture. Seminar may be organized by the time period, thematic content, artistic movement, artist, type of monument, or genre. Prerequisite: 01:082:106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:488Seminar: American Art (3)Specialized study in American art and visual
culture. Seminar considers various topics, such as artists, monuments, artistic and cultural movements, genres, and periods.
Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or permission of instructor.
01:082:489Public Policy and the Arts (3) Uniquely American public policies that have created a vigorous world-class arts culture. Changes in domestic and international politics, market economics, globalization, and technology reshaping the cultural policy debate worldwide. Credit not given for both this course and 10:975:499.
01:082:491,492Capstone in Art History (3,3) Advanced study in selected area of art history. Required of art history majors. Others need permission of instructor.
01:082:493,494Individual Studies in Art History (3,3) Guided independent research in a particular area of interest. Open only to seniors in art history or by special permission of instructor.
01:082:495,496Internship in Art History (3,3) Open only to majors. Supervised internship, usually at a museum or gallery.Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106. Permission required.
01:082:497-498Honors in Art History (3,3) Independent research on a specific topic leading to an honors thesis written under the supervision of a department faculty member. Candidates for honors in art history must, at the end of their junior year, have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better and an average of 3.5 or better in the major. Both semesters must be completed in order to receive credit for the course.
01:082:499Advanced Seminar in Art History (3)Intensive study of a specific area of art history, within a discussion oriented format. Topics vary according to individual instructors.Prerequisite: 01:082:491 or 492. Open only to senior majors with a GPA of 3.0 and an art history GPA of 3.5, with permission of instructor.