Summer 2020 courses

ARTH386 Experiential Learning (Professor McEwen)
Prerequisite: Permission of ARHU-Art History & Archaeology department.
Restriction: Junior standing or higher.
Supervised internship experience in diverse areas of art historical, archaeological, and museological work. Contact instructor or department for details.

ARTH898 Pre-Candidacy Research
Contact department for information to register for this course

Summer Term I (June 1 - July 10)

ARTH200 Art and Society in Ancient and Medieval Europe to the Mediterranean (Professor Cui)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Examines the material culture and visual expressions of Mediterranean and European societies from early times until ca. 1300 CE, emphasizing the political, social, and religious context of the works studied, the relationships of the works to the societies that created them, and the interrelationship of these societies.

 

 

 

ARTH201 Art and Society in the West from the Renaissance to the Present (Professor Upshaw)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Ivo Pannaggi, Treno in corsa, 1922Examines representative European and American works of art from the later Middle Ages to the present, highlighting the dynamic exchange between artistic and cultural traditions both within periods and across time.

 

 

 

 

ARTH357 History of Photography (Professor Iacovelli)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
An exploration of the historical, social, aesthetic, and technological developments of the photographic medium and its relationship to other modes of visual representation in the creation of the modern world.

ARTH359B Film as Art: Films of Quentin Tarantino (Professor Metcalf)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
The study of film as a visual art, from theoretical, cultural and aesthetic perspectives. Content varies by semester.
Description to come.

 

 

 

ARTH359B Film as Art: How Films Mean (Professor Metcalf)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
The study of film as a visual art, from theoretical, cultural and aesthetic perspectives. Content varies by semester.
Description to come.

 

Summer Term II (July 8-August 16)

ARTH200 Art and Society in Ancient and Medieval Europe to the Mediterranean (Professor Fournier-Petit)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Examines the material culture and visual expressions of Mediterranean and European societies from early times until ca. 1300 CE, emphasizing the political, social, and religious context of the works studied, the relationships of the works to the societies that created them, and the interrelationship of these societies.

 

 

 

ARTH201 Art and Society in the West from the Renaissance to the Present (Professor Nguyen)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Ivo Pannaggi, Treno in corsa, 1922Examines representative European and American works of art from the later Middle Ages to the present, highlighting the dynamic exchange between artistic and cultural traditions both within periods and across time.

 

 

 

 

ARTH260 Art and Activism (Professor Ortega-Miranda)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Can art effect social change? How may we use the history of radical and avant-garde art to inform present-day movements and models of artistic and creative activism? This course explores the modern and contemporary history of political art and arts activism on local, national, and global scales.

ARTH323 Fifteenth-Century Italian Renaissance Art (Professor Paganussi)
Class time/details on ELMS ONLINE
Painting, sculpture, architecture, and the decorative arts of the fifteenth century in Italy.