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ART HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY (L01)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)SP2021

L01 Art-Arch 215Introduction to Modern Art, Architecture and Design3.0 UnitsLab Required
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01-T-R---11:30A-12:50PTBAKleinMay 11 2021 1:00PM - 3:00PM29500
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A-T-----1:30P-2:20PKemper / 211 KleinSee Department1500
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B-T-----4:00P-4:50PKemper / 103 KleinSee Department1500
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C--W----9:00A-9:50AKemper / 103 KleinSee Department1500
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D--W----1:00P-1:50PKemper / 211 KleinSee Department1500
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E---R---1:30P-2:20PKemper / 211 KleinSee Department1500
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F---R---4:00P-4:50PKemper / 103 KleinSee Department1500
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G----F--10:00A-10:50AKemper / 103 KleinSee Department1500
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H----F--12:00P-12:50PKemper / 103 KleinSee Department1500
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L01 Art-Arch 325Pompeii: Cultural Mosaic of the Ancient Mediterranean3.0 Units
Description:This course will provide an in-depth survey of artistic, architectural, and archaeological material from the ancient town of Pompeii - a river port of middling size and importance in southern Italy, who remains were remarkably well preserved by the ash and pumice stones of Mt. Vesuvius during the eruption of 79 CE. Starting with an overview of its development - an Oscan settlement under Greek and Etruscan influence, which expanded after the conquest of the Samnite and then Roman armies - students will explore all aspects of urban life through Pompeii's uniquely rich archaeological record, with a particular focus on the social, cultural, and ethnic diversity that can be difficult to detect and appreciate even in the much larger, wealthier, and more cosmopolitan capitals of the Roman Empire. Over the course of the semester, students will learn various methods for applying different types of material evidence (including wall paintings, sculpture, architecture, furniture, graffiti, and more) to a series of scholarly questions about key points of conflict and tension within society, such as local attitudes toward foreign cultures, resistance to imperialism, the marginalization of women and slaves, opportunities for social mobility, and religious censorship. By the end of the course a dynamic and colorful mosaic of Pompeii will have emerged, far removed from the image of a static Roman town supposedly frozen in time.
Attributes:A&S IQHUM, LCDArchHUMArtAH, GFAH, HUM
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:CPA Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:None / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01-T-R---1:00P-2:20PKemper / 103 SheppardMay 12 2021 1:00PM - 3:00PM4000
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L01 Art-Arch 3762American Modernisms, 1900-19403.0 Units
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01M-W----1:00P-2:20PKemper / 103 MillerMay 13 2021 1:00PM - 3:00PM4000
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L01 Art-Arch 3830Topics in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Spectacular Blackness, Race, Gender, and Visual Cult3.0 Units
Description:Discourse about African American identity has been indelibly shaped by the nexus of language and visual representations that configure blackness as a deviant other to the West and U.S. citizenship. From racist caricature in travel narratives and pro-slavery tracts, to contemporary representations of "welfare queens" and "thugs," visual representations serve as allegedly transparent, and objective, examples of the perpetual and inevitable failure of people of African descent to be human. To combat these representations, many photographers, visual artists, and film and television producers have attempted to challenge and subvert this history of visual imperialism. Combatting this imperialism requires untangling the web of raced and gendered representations shaping what Patricia Hill Collins has called "controlling images" of African Americans-images such as Mammy, the pickaninny, Sapphire, Jezebel, the Welfare Queen, Coon, Sambo, Thug, and Man on the Down Low. At the same time, even discourses of respectability and "good" blackness can contribute to hegemony. In this course, we'll begin with representations of the slave in the 19th century and end with representations of (an always) gendered blackness in social media in order to explore the ways in which African American male and female identities have been shaped and resisted in visual culture.
Attributes:A&S IQHUM, SC, SDArchHUMArtAH, GFAH, HUMBUBAENH
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:C Fees:
Course Type:IdentSame As:L77 383  L90 393  L98 3832Frequency:None / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01M-W----4:00P-5:20PTBAWanzoMay 10 2021 6:00PM - 8:00PM2000
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L01 Art-Arch 428The Invention of the Image: From Classical Art History to Modern Visual Studies3.0 Units
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01--W----10:00A-12:50PKemper / 211 JonesPaper/Project/Take Home1000
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L01 Art-Arch 4652Worldly Goods: Early Modern Art, Trade, Knowledge, Possession3.0 Units
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01-T-----2:30P-5:20PKemper / 211 [TBA]Paper/Project/Take Home1000
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L01 Art-Arch 4815Constructing the Canons of Modern Art: What Matters Most and Who Got to Decide (1860-1960)3.0 Units
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01--W----2:30P-5:20PKemper / 211 ChildsPaper/Project/Take Home1000
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L01 Art-Arch 4900Independent Study and ResearchVar. Units (max = 3.0)
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01TBATBA[TBA]No Final5000
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06TBATBAJonesNo Final5000
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07TBATBAKleinNo Final5000
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L01 Art-Arch 4914Beyond Limits: Transgression, Controversy, and Censorship in Modern Art3.0 Units
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01M------2:30P-5:20PKemper / 211 KleinPaper/Project/Take Home1000
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L01 Art-Arch 499Honors Art HIstory and Archaeology3.0 Units
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01TBATBA[TBA]See Department2000
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06TBATBAJonesSee Department2000
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07TBATBAKleinSee Department2000
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08TBATBAMillerSee Department1200
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12TBATBAWallaceSee Department1200
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