ARTHIST190-001: Freshman Seminar:Art History

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January 10, 2017 - April 24, 2017
DaysTimeLocationInstructorGERCreditOPUS #
MW
11:30am - 12:45pm
Carlos Hall 212
Wescoat, Bonna Daix
FSEM34263
Appropriate for First Year students.
Limited to freshmen and introductory in nature, these seminars may feature discussion, readings, museum visits, and presentations. Previous offerings have included

Special Evidence-Focused Seminar. For more information: http://evidence.emory.edu/in-the-news/evidence-focused-courses.html

Working with the collections of the Carlos Museum, we will examine how ancient Greek artists depicted myths and legends, and how they portrayed the gods, heroes, and monsters, as a means of exploring relationships to one another, to others, to the past, to the fantastic and monstrous, to the gods, and to the cosmos.  A QEP seminar.

  1. SHAPIRO
    MYTH INTO ART | Edition: 94
    ISBN9780415067935
  2. WOODFORD
    TROJAN WAR IN ANCIENT ART | Edition: 93
    ISBN9780801481642
  3. WOODFORD
    IMAGES OF MYTHS IN CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY - Edition:03
    ISBN9780521788090
  4. CARPENTER
    ART+MYTH IN ANCIENT GREECE | Edition: 91
    ISBN9780500202364

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