Aug 05, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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AH 1120 - Global Art History I: Prehistory to c.1300


Credits: 3

In the second of the sequence of three required courses in the history of art, students will critically examine global visual culture, art works, and monuments from prehistory through c.1300CE. Students will learn and apply formal analysis and other interpretive art historical methodologies to identify and interpret the production of art and visual culture through the analysis of cultural and stylistic characteristics, contextual functions and influences, cultural values, and historical reception. Upon successful completion of this course, students will identify and analyze works of global art and visual culture from prehistory to c.1300CE through application of formal analysis and various other art historical methodologies.

Prerequisites: AH 1110 - Art Historical Methods + History  

Notes: (This Art History requirement formerly fulfilled by AH 1100 Art History I: Ancient to Medieval)


Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Apply critical thinking skills through in class discussions and assignments that challenge assumptions, contextualize information, identify problems, and conceptualize responses to global art and visual culture from prehistory to c.1300CE.
  • Analyze the production of art and visual culture from prehistory to c.1300CE cultural and stylistic characteristics, contextual functions and influences, cultural values, and historical reception.
  • Apply formal analysis and other art historical methodologies.
  • Compose clear and organized written assignments that include a thesis statement, supporting evidence, applied methodologies and conclusion.
  • Writing demonstrates clarity, organization, and correct grammar, syntax, spelling, and applied Chicago Manual of Style.

AH 1120 Course Learning Outcome Rubric  



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