Course Description

One-half course for one semester. This course is intended for, but not limited to, junior and senior majors in art and art history. This team-taught course will introduce students to innovative examples of recent art historical scholarship, spanning a broad geographical and chronological range of topics. Texts will be read with an eye to understanding the methods currently engaged within the discipline of art history and within other fields to interpret visual artifacts. The course also will offer a forum for participants to test the applicability of these interpretive strategies through presentations of their own work. Prerequisites: Art 201 and a least one 300-level class in art history or studio art. This class may be taken more than once for credit. Conference.

MAPPING/ART meets Wednesday 3:10pm-5:00pm, Volum 118      

Dana Katz Rob Slifkin
Library 323, phone x7416 Library 320, phone x7386
Office hours: Tues & Thurs 9 - 10 AM (or appt) Office hours: Tuesday 9 AM - 12 PM (or appt)