Summer 2015

Histories of Photography Course Number: HA N182 | CCN: 14630

Alexandra Courtois de Vicose

Define photography. Go ahead. Not as evident as it seems? One of the reasons may be the staggeringly quick evolution of the technology behind the production of pictures and the multiplicity of roles these images were/are made to play. The plurality...

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Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Hauntings Course Number: R1B Section 2 | CCN: 14610

Caty Telfair

Ghosts, literal and metaphorical, are found in the blurry boundaries of understanding, memory and identification: on the fringes of science; between selves and histories both personal and cultural; between people and the objects they create or with which they surround...

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Cities and the Arts: Beijing and Shanghai Course Number: HA 108 | CCN: 14620

Rosaline Kyo

Beijing, with its long imperial history in northern China, and Shanghai, a relatively young port city to the south, present two contrasting cases of the complex relationship between urban spaces and the arts in China. While the northern capital’s artistic...

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Theories and Methods of Art History Course Number: HA N100 | CCN: 14615

Charles Oliver O'Donnell

Required for majors in History of Art. As an academic discipline, art history is constantly evolving. While this fact seems rather banal and commonplace in our fast-paced, science-dominated 21st century, it points towards an important and frequently overlooked truth: as...

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Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Goya’s Pictorial Techniques of Reportage and Critique Course Number: R1B Section 1 | CCN: 14605

Kailani Polzak

In 2013, the Pinacothèque de Paris exhibited a large selection of prints and paintings by the Spanish artist Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes as part of a series called “Painters, Witnesses of their Time.” Yet several of Goya’s compositions...

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