History and Art History

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

ARTH 699: Topics in Art History

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Section Information from the Schedule of Classes for Fall 2012

ARTH 699-001:
U.S. Mural Painting from 1890 to 1940  —  Ellen Wiley Todd

04:30 PM to 07:10 PM W —  Research Hall 202

This course examines key moments in U.S. mural production, focusing on the allegorical works of America’s Gilded Age and Progressive Era and the nationalist production under the 1930s New Deal. Guided by a series of readings we will think about murals as decoration, and as works whose visual languages address the cultural, social, and political issues of their respective eras. This course fulfills the research seminar requirement.

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Research seminar on aspects of art history. Topics vary, but course entails extensive critical readings and discussion, development of bibliographies, and advanced-level research papers.

Prerequisites:

Graduate standing.

Notes:

May be repeated for a maximum of 15 credits when topic is different.

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