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Annual 2020-2021 Class Schedule

Art History offerings for the 2020-21 school year are tentative and subject to change without notice.
Course #Course TitleFallWinterSpring

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

ART_HIST 235Introduction to Latin American ArtEscobar
ART_HIST 250Introduction to European ArtRandolph
TR
9:40-11
ART_HIST 255Introduction to ModernismKiaer
MW
12:30-1:50
ART_HIST 319/HUM 370Special Topics in Ancient Art: Monsters, Art, and CivilizationGunter
TR
11:20-12:40
ART_HIST 319/HUM 370-4-22Special Topics in Ancient Art: Constructing Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean WorldGunter
TR
11:00-12:20
ART_HIST 340-1Baroque Art: Italy and Spain, 1600 to 1750Escobar
MWF
11:30-12:20
ART_HIST 350-119th Century Art 1: 1800-1848Eisenman
TR
1-2:20
ART_HIST 359Special Topics in 19th Century: TBDCaticha
ART_HIST 367/ENVR_POL 390-0-25Special Topics in American Art: The Visual Language of ProtestZorach
MW
12:30-1:50
ART_HIST 368Special Topics in Modern Art: Russian RevolutionKiaer
ART_HIST 369/ITAL 377Special Topics in 20th and 21st Century Art: Feminist Utopias and Dystopias in Art, Literature, and FilmZorach/Torlasco
TR
12:30-1:50
ART_HIST 389Special Topics in Asian Art: Oriental RugsLinrothe
ART_HIST 390Special Topics/Seminar in Asian Art: Gyantse Kumbum, 15th & 20th CenturiesLinrothe
TR
9:40-11
ART_HIST 390An Art of Describing Blackness: Early Modern Visual Culture of RaceSwan
TR
2:40-4
ART_HIST 390Undergraduate Seminar: On South African Cultural Expression: Art and the Post-Apartheid ImaginationJoja
ART_HIST 390_HUMTBDKoupai
ART_HIST 391Art Historical Methods SeminarCaticha
F
1-3:50
ART_HIST 395Chicago Object Study Initiative Undergraduate Seminar: Modern American Art in Crisis: The World War II YearsSchapiro
F
1-3:50
TBD
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GRADUATE STUDENTS

ART_HIST 401ProseminarZorach
M
3-6
ART_HIST 402Writing SeminarNormore
R
2-5
ART_HIST 406Dissertation ProspectusKiaer
ART_HIST 420Decolonizing the Medieval WingNormore
W
2-5
ART_HIST 440Studies in Baroque Art: Empire of CitiesEscobar
T
2-5
ART_HIST 450Studies in 19th Century Art: William Blake and Karl MarxEisenman/Mitchell
ART_HIST 460Studies in 20th & 21st Century Art: Mellon Foundation John E. Sawyer Seminar: Black Arts in Anti-Black Worlds: From Chicago to Cape TownJoja/Madison
ART_HIST 460Studies in 20th & 21st Century Art- “Create Dangerously”: Contemporary Caribbean Art Thompson
ART_HIST 460/COMM 525Studies in 20th & 21st Century Art: Black Arts Archives in ChicagoChristian & Zorach
R
2:40-5:40
ART_HIST 480Special Topics/Seminar in Asian Art: Gyantse Kumbum, 15th & 20th CenturiesLinrothe
TR
9:40-11
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