Survey online 2015 - Art 0106 Art History Prehistory to...

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Art 0106: Art History: Prehistory to Middle Ages STUDENT SYLLABUS Summer 1 2015 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Christina Swaidan Phone: (413) 572-5671 E-mail: [email protected] Parenzo Hall 216 A Course Description and Goals Art Survey 106 is a survey of the history of art from prehistoric times to the early Renaissance. The course is the first semester of a two semester survey sequence which is designed to ac- quaint the student with the historical development of the art of western civilization. This course will survey the arts created in Near Eastern, Mediterranean and European lands from about 35,000 BC to about 1350 AD. Required Text: Kleiner, Gardner’s Art through the Ages: A global history (14 th Edition) Course Objectives Students who successfully complete this course will learn to: 1. Identify works from the pre-historic to the late medieval periods. 2. Use a basic art historical vocabulary in discussion and writing assignments. 3. Write a formal analysis about painting, sculpture, or some other medium.
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