300 Level Courses:
ARTH 350: Modern Art
ARTH 356: Contemporary Art
ARTH 360: History of Photography
ARTH 364: History of the Printed Book
ARTH 370: Asian Art and Architecture
ARTH 371: Early Islamic Art and Architecture
ARTH 390: Selected Topics
400 Level Courses:
ARTH 490: Selected Topics
An analytical survey of western traditions in art and architecture from the Paleolithic through the Middle Ages, including such periods and styles as Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Romanesque and Gothic. Analysis of these traditions develops an awareness of non-western traditions.
An analytical survey of western traditions in art and architecture from the Renaissance to the present, including such periods and styles as Baroque, Neoclassical, Romanticism, Modern and Contemporary. Analysis of these traditions develops an awareness of non-western traditions.
An in-depth examination of art from the Romantic period (circa 1800) to the emergence of the Modern Period (1850) and through the twentieth century to 1990.
This course presents an international survey of contemporary art from 1970 to the present. It examines such topics as post-modernism, feminist art, instrumentalism and outsider art. Course may include on-site visits to galleries and museums.
A survey of the aesthetic and technical development of photography from its origin to the present. Particular emphasis will be given to the contextual relationships of photographic imagery to the visual arts and to the culture at large.
An introduction to printing history and the history of the book. This course examines the development of printing, including the development of allied arts such as type-cutting and casting, papermaking, bookbinding and illustration. It also seeks to study the cultural contexts of printing and the book, with special emphasis on the rise of a reading public. Students will examine and handle examples from the library’s rare book collection.
A survey of the arts of China, Japan, Korea, India and South Asia. The course covers the major movements in Asian art and architecture from prehistoric cultures to the present.
An in-depth examination of Islamic art and architecture in its formative period from the seventh through the 14th centuries. This course seeks an understanding of Islamic art and architecture in its cultural context by locating both its unique characteristics and its roots in Sassanian, Byzantine and Arabic traditions.
ARTH 290, 390, 490 Selected Topics. 1-3 hours.
ARTH 291, 292, 391, 392, 491, 492 Research.
ARTH 397, 398, 497, 498 Internship.