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ARTH 102 Crisis and Contradiction in Art and the Built Environment

Concepts and issues critical to the understanding of art and its histories in a global context.

This course is eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading. To determine whether you can take this course for Credit/D/Fail grading, visit the Credit/D/Fail website. You must register in the course before you can select the Credit/D/Fail grading option.

Credits: 3


Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
FullARTH 102 001Lecture2 Mon Wed13:0014:00

If this section is blocked, then a waiting list has been opened. Please register yourself in ARTH 102 01W. Students will be moved from the waiting list into the class in order of registration.

Selected case studies will explore key themes and debates associated with art, architecture and material culture in a range of world regions and communities. The purpose of the course is not to attempt a survey of world art. Rather, the goal is examine the ways in which a range of historical factors -- issues of gender and social hierarchy, economic and religious transformations; changing social and political institutions; imperial and colonial expansion; the emergence of new technologies, and shifting definitions of patrons and viewing publics -- have shaped imagery, objects, buildings and monuments, as well as those who view and use them.

FullARTH 102 L01Tutorial2 Tue10:0011:00
ARTH 102 L02Tutorial2 Tue11:0012:00
ARTH 102 L03Tutorial2 Tue12:0013:00
FullARTH 102 L04Tutorial2 Tue13:0014:00
FullARTH 102 L05Tutorial2 Wed10:0011:00
FullARTH 102 L06Tutorial2 Wed11:0012:00
ARTH 102 01WWaiting List2 Mon Wed13:0014:00

ARTH 102 01W is a waiting list for ARTH 102 001. Students will be moved from the waiting list into the class as seats come available, in order of date of registration - thus the first in the waiting list will be the first moved into the class.