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Syllabus Fall 2007

Syllabus Fall 2007 - Spring Semester 2008 ARTH 1400 History...

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Spring Semester 2008 ARTH 1400: History of World Art II R ECITATION  S YLLABUS       Contact Information: Lead Instructor:  Teaching Assistant (TA): Charles Scillia  L INDSEY  M IKASH     Office:  Fleming, Rm. 416  TA office: Fleming, Rm. 406 Office hours: Mon 1:00-3:00   Office hours: Mon. 1:00-2:00 or by  Email:  [email protected] appointment Email: [email protected]  My recitation sections: 102: Wednesday  2:00-2:50 pm  104: Wednesday   3:00-3:50 pm 106: Wednesday   4:00-4:50 pm Course Purpose and Objective: This course is offered as a foundational or survey course in art history.  It is not designed to serve as an in- depth analysis of art within a particular culture or period, but rather as an overview to artistic developments  throughout the world from 1300 CE to present.  The recitation section is intended to reinforce concepts  presented in lecture, and is an opportunity for students to receive feedback about their understanding of the  material. Recitation sections will rely heavily on in-class discussion, so please come prepared to contribute. Grading: Exam 1: 30% Exam 2: 30% Final Exam: 30%  R ECITATION  S ECTION     : 10% Important Dates: Exam 1:  Wednesday, February 13 Exam 2:  Monday, March 31 Museum Project:  Week of March 19, due in recitation Final Exam:  Monday, May 5 (10:30am-1:00pm) You must provide a signed medical excuse to be eligible for a make-up exam.  Personal conflicts (e.g.  weddings, plane reservations, etc.) are  NOT  considered valid excuses and will not be accepted.  Please bring 
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