[ARTH 375] Art History: Theory and Methods
This seminar offers a historiography of the discipline of art history and an introduction to the methods of research used to analyze, interpret, and understand art and visual culture. Class sessions are devoted to the critical analysis of formalist, iconographic, feminist, Marxist, and semiotic approaches, among others. A significant portion of the course is dedicated to current art historical theory and practice.
Art History: Theory and Methods
Prerequisite: junior standing and at least one unit of 100-level and one unit of 200-level art history, or permission of instructor.
Offered every other year, first module fall semester.