Study of artworks of a selected period, artist, or theme in their historical, social, political, intellectual, and geographical context. This course is taught on campus for approximately half of the block. The second half is spent in the appropriate location off campus (in the U. S. or abroad), where readings, student and faculty presentations, and discussions are focused on the actual artworks in situ. Need-based financial aid for all students is available from the Berg Endowment. Limit 15 students.
Prerequisite: Any 100-level Art History course or Consent of Instructor.
Also listed as: Also listed as Feminist & Gender Studies 206 and History 200.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2015||Block 1||Topics in History:||TBA||25/25||02/16/2015|
|Fall 2015||Block 1||Topics in History: Nineteenth-Century Paris: Art and Cultural History||Bryant Ragan, Gale Murray||TBA||15/15||02/27/2015|