ARTH 301 Spring 2015 Twelve Books

This seminar will address 12 books that have significantly shaped the history of art. Ranging from the early twentieth century until the present, these books are being selected (in consultation with scores of art historians) for their imaginative power and lasting influence. The book itself, as a sustained argument, will be our focus as we address both the act of writing about visual art as well as the methodological and critical models they have offered the discipline of art history.
Class Format: seminar
Requirements/Evaluation: two research essays, active participation in class discussions
Additional Info: or spring; open to undergrate Art majors only, Graduate Art students may not enroll without permission of the department chair
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Department Notes: for spring; open to undergraduate Art majors only, Graduate Art students may not enroll without permission of the department chair
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Class Number: 4004
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ARTH 301 - 01 (S) SEM Twelve Books Division 1: Languages and the Arts Michael Ann Holly
W 1:10 PM-3:50 PM 4004
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