We invite you to take a look at our summer session classes.
Session A (six weeks, May 23-July 1)HA 186A | CCN: 15770 Art and Labor: The Visual Culture of Work in Early Twentieth-Century United States Amy O’Hearn Mon-Thurs / 12-2:00pm HA N190B | CCN: 15771 Food and Drink in Mediterranean Art Jennifer Black Mon-Thurs / 3-5:00pm HA 190H | CCN: 14367 Folklore and the Folkloresque in Contemporary Art Kristine Barrett Mon-Thurs / 10-12:00pm
Session D (six weeks, July 5-August 12)HA 34 | CCN: 15774 Mediations and Materials: Art in China Susan Eberhard Mon-Thurs / 10:00-12:00pm HA 190C | CCN: 15776 Bronze, Ivory, and Dragon’s Blood: Making the Middle Ages in the Indian Ocean World Ariana Pemberton Mon-Thurs / 12:00-2:00pm
We are pleased to offer a Reading and Composition course this summer about Édouard Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1882), taught by an alumnus of our PhD program, Jordan Rose.
We are excited to offer a new course this summer, a "Digital Humanities Bootcamp" designed to introduce students to methods of digital imaging and computational visualization in the context of art historical investigation. We will be exploring in a hands-on way different types of media that can be deployed to analyze visual historical phenomena. Topics will include digital photography, modeling/rendering, and network visualization. For more information, please contact the instructor, Justin Underhill.