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2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art History Minor


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Theodore Philip Cateforis, Chair
308 Bowne Hall
315-443-4835

Romita Ray, Undergraduate Director
308 Bowne Hall
315-443-5030

Faculty

Luis Castañeda, Sally Cornelison, Laurinda Dixon, Wayne Franits, Jeehee Hong, Richard Ingersoll, Matilde M. Mateo, Alick McLean, Jonathan Nelson, Gary M. Radke, Romita Ray, Sascha Scott

The Department of Art and Music Histories was one of the first in the country dedicated to the study of the history of art and music from an interdisciplinary perspective. The department offers courses in most major periods of the history of visual and musical arts from ancient to postmodern times. The research and teaching specialties of the art history  faculty include, art and medicine in the early modern period, Northern and Italian Renaissance art, 17th-century Dutch painting, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean art,  , 19th- and 20th-century European art, South Asian art and architecture,  American and Latin American art and architecture.

Minor Requirements

The minor in art history requires 18 credits of coursework. These courses must be upper-level HOA courses (300 level and above) in art history, drawn from the departmental HOA offerings.  Students may petition to have up to 6 credits of selected topics courses in art history (HOA 300  or HOA 400 ) count toward the minor. In addition, students may petition to have up to 6 credits of art history courses taken outside the department count toward the minor.

Minor Requirements


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