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History of Art

  • HA1A1 Introduction to Art History: The Natural World and the Arts of Modernity
  • HA1A2 Introduction to Art History: Classicism and the Arts of Christianity
  • HA1A3 Architecture
  • HA1A6 Prints
  • HA1A8 Sculpture
  • HA1B1 Photography
  • HA1B4 Painting Techniques
  • HA1B5 History of Art and Interpretation
  • HA2A5 Art since 1960's
  • HA2B5 Art & Visual Perception
  • HA2C0 From Fortress to Country House: The Architecture of the Nobility from 1300-1600 (Level 2)
  • HA2C4 Practical Art
  • HA2C5 A Fine Tomorrow: British Art & Culture in the 1950's
  • HA2D1 Spanish Painting of the Golden Age
  • HA2D8 Art of the Baroque
  • HA2D9 'Golden Age' to 'Modern Breakthrough': Danish Art in the Nineteenth Century
  • HA2E7 Exhibiting the Contemporary (taught in Venice)
  • HA2E8 Independent Study Module
  • HA2F1 The Renaissance: North and South
  • HA2F2 Venice, Rise and Myth: Art and Architecture in the Veneto (1100-1600)
  • HA3A1 Dissertation (History of Art)
  • HA3A2 Art in Venice & Northern Italy 1100-1600
  • HA3B2 Deconstructing Medieval & Early-Modern Buildings
  • HA3B4 Independent Study Module
  • HA3B9 The Arts in a Commercial Society 1730-1800
  • HA3C1 The Lure of the Object
  • HA3C3 Mannerism: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture
  • HA3C4 East meets West: The Visual Arts in Colonial and Post Colonial India
  • HA3C9 Visual Art and Poetry
  • HA3D1 Disease and Representation in the Nineteenth Century
  • HA3D3 Practices of Art History
  • HA3D4 Art in Nineteenth-Century Scandinavia
  • HA3D5 Leonardo: Art and Science