0020RecitationSchedule2011

- Islamic Religion and Art(Taj Mahal pp 55-60 Exam Review Week 9 3/4 No recitation 3/11 No recitation(Spring Break Week 10 3/18 Tang Imperial City

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HAA 0020 (Spring 2011) Recitation Schedule TA: Jung Hui Kim (Office hours: Wed 12-2) Jungeun Lee (Office hours: Wed 10 -12) Week I 1/7 No recitation Week 2 1/14 Ancient Civilizations Indus Valley (pp. 4-8) China: The Central Kingdom (Shang/Zhou, pp. 91-105) Week 3 1/21 China: The Empire (Qin/Han, pp. 107-120) Early Korea Exam Review Week 4 1/28 No recitation Week 5 2/4 Asian Religions and Art Early Buddhism in India (pp. 13-24) Week 6 2/11 Later Buddhism in India (Gupta, pp. 26-35)) Chinese Buddhism and the State (pp. 37-42; 122-134) Week 7 2/18 Buddhism in Korea Early Buddhist Art in Japan (Horyuji, pp. 208-213) Week 8 2/25 Early Hindu Art in India (pp. 44-53)
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Unformatted text preview: Islamic Religion and Art (Taj Mahal; pp. 55-60) Exam Review Week 9 3/4 No recitation 3/11 No recitation (Spring Break) Week 10 3/18 Tang Imperial City of Chang’an (pp. 136-145) Song Dynasty Landscape Painting (pp. 147-156) Week 11 3/25 Traditional Korea Korea: Koryo Period Traditional Japan Narrative Painting Scrolls (pp. 222-231) Week 12 4/1 No Recitation Week 13 4/8 Zen Inspired Art (pp. 231-236) Castles and Tea (pp. 238-244) Week 14 4/15 Ukiyo-e (woodblock prints; pp. 257-261) Modern Korean Art Exam Review Week 15 4/ 22 No Recitation...
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