ARTH_3335_5335_Bar_Rome - ArtH3335/5335 StevenF.Ostrow

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ArtH 3335/5335 Steven F. Ostrow  Tuesdays/Thursdays 12:45-2:00 Anderson 350 Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the  Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the  Papal Capital Papal Capital This course explores the center of baroque culture--Rome--as a city of spectacle and pageantry.  The urban  development of the city, as well as major works in painting, sculpture, and architecture, are considered within their  political and religious context, with special emphasis on the ecclesiastical  and private patrons who transformed the Eternal City into one of the world’s great capitals. Readings :  There is no required text for the course.  Instead all required readings are available on E-reserve at: .  The E-reserve password for the course is:  57uv3wb .   In addition, there is a recommended text for the course, R. Wittkower, Art and Architecture in Italy   1600-1750 , revised edition, J. Connors and J. Montagu, eds., New Haven and London, 1999, vols. I and II.  Wittkower’s book can be consulted in conjunction with the lectures.  All required readings are to be completed prior  to the lecture under which they appear.   Written Assignment : One research/analysis paper, on a topic selected by the student with the consent of the  instructor: ca. 8 pages for 3335 students; ca. 12-15 pages for 5335 students. Examinations I. Midterm consisting of slide identifications and comparisons, and short essay questions. II. Take-home final consisting of essays based on class lectures and readings.  
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2 Grading : Midterm: 25%; Final: 40%; Written Assignment: 25%; Attendance and participation in class discussions:  10%. Office Hours : Monday 1-3 p.m., or by appointment (phone: x6-2878); email: T.A. : Laura Wertheim; her office hours: Tuesdays, 2:30-3:30, 320 Heller Hall; email: University Grading Policy Your instructor sets the requirements and grading criteria for specific assignments. The College of Liberal Arts has established a plus/minus grading system, with the following general standards for grades: (see <> ) A Achievement that is outstanding relative to the level necessary to meet course requirements. B Achievement that is significantly above the level necessary to meet course requirements. C Achievement that meets the course requirements in every respect. D Achievement that is worthy of credit even though it fails to meet fully the course requirements. F
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course ECON 2819 taught by Professor Adsfadsf during the Spring '11 term at Minnesota.

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