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Courses

Every semester we offer a wide array of courses available to graduate students, including seminars that grow out of individual faculty research, interdisciplinary courses co-taught with faculty in other departments, as well as advanced lecture courses that cover a wide range of historical periods, artistic media, geographic regions, and themes.

Below is a list of current graduate course offerings:

Fall 2020

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
ARTH 5315The Age of Curiosity: Art, Science & Technology in Europe, 1400-1800Sections [2]
ARTH 5336Transformations in 17th Century Art: Caravaggio, Velazquez, and Bernin...Sections [1]
ARTH 5778Traditions of South Asian Painting: Past to PresentSections [1]
ARTH 5993Directed StudySections [12]
ARTH 5994Directed ResearchSections [1]
ARTH 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
ARTH 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
ARTH 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
ARTH 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
ARTH 8950Seminar: Issues in the History of ArtSections [1]
ARTH 8970Directed StudiesSections [2]

Spring 2021

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
ARTH 5315The Age of Curiosity: Art, Science & Technology in Europe, 1400-1800Sections [2]
ARTH 5335Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the Papal CapitalSections [1]
ARTH 5413Alternative Media: Video, Performance, Digital ArtSections [1]
ARTH 5422Off the Wall: History of Graphic Arts in Europe and America in the Mod...Sections [1]
ARTH 5466Contemporary ArtSections [1]
ARTH 5993Directed StudySections [11]
ARTH 5994Directed ResearchSections [1]
ARTH 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
ARTH 8400Seminar: Issues in 19th-Century ArtSections [1]
ARTH 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
ARTH 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
ARTH 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
ARTH 8970Directed StudiesSections [1]