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CLST 332 Roman Art and Architecture
The visual culture of the ancient Roman world from the 8th century BCE to the 4th century CE.
Equivalents: ARTH 332
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|CLST 332 001||Lecture||1||Mon Wed Fri||10:00||11:00|
Students who have received credit for CLST 330 may not also receive credit for CLST 331 or 332. If this course is blocked for registration, it is because it is full. Please register in the wait list section, and if and when a space becomes available, students will be automatically transferred "in order" from the wait list.
The social, cultural, political, and visual history of Roman art from the eighth century BCE to the fourth century CE. Topics include the power of images to shape society; identity construction; cultural exchanges and borrowings across the ancient world; the impact of the Roman Empire on local visual traditions; and the complex relationships between subject and representation.
|CLST 332 WL1||Waiting List||1||Mon Wed Fri||10:00||11:00|
Wait List for CLST 332-001. Students will be moved from the Wait List into the main course on a first come first served basis as spots open up.