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  • Courses | Department of Art & Art History
    Dawson 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 3 05pm ARTGAL7 ARTSTUDI 170 section 1 Introduction to Photography Lukas Felzmann 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday 10 00am 11 50am ARTGAL7 ARTSTUDI 170 section 2 Introduction to Photography Robert Dawson 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday Thursday 1 15pm 3 05pm ARTGAL7 ARTSTUDI 148B section 1 Introduction to Printmaking Techniques Kathryn Kain 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 4 05pm ARTGAL110 ARTSTUDI 15AX Introduction to Sculpture ARTHIST 1B section 1 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Alexander Nemerov 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday Friday 11 00am 11 50am Annaud ARTHIST 1B section 2 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Ravinder Binning 2014 2015 Autumn Wednesday 2 00pm 2 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1B section 3 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Ravinder Binning 2014 2015 Autumn Thursday 2 00pm 2 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1B section 4 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Phoenix Chen 2014 2015 Autumn Wednesday 12 15pm 1 05pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1B section 5 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Phoenix Chen 2014 2015 Autumn Thursday 4 00pm 4 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1B section 6 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Sean O Hanlan 2014 2015 Autumn Thursday 6 00pm 6 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1B section 7 Introduction to the Visual Arts History of Western Art from the Renaissance to the Present Sean O Hanlan 2014 2015 Autumn Friday 2 00pm 2 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1A section 3 Introduction to the Visual Arts Prehistoric through Medieval CLASSICS 56 Bissera Pentcheva 2014 2015 Winter Friday 2 00pm 2 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1A section 2 Introduction to the Visual Arts Prehistoric through Medieval CLASSICS 56 2014 2015 Winter Thursday 2 00pm 2 50pm Cantor Arts Center ARTHIST 1A section 1 Introduction to the Visual Arts Prehistoric through Medieval CLASSICS 56 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday Friday 11 00am 11 50am Art2 ARTHIST 3 section 2 Introduction to World Architecture CLASSICS 54 Fabio Barry 2014 2015 Spring ARTHIST 3 section 3 Introduction to World Architecture CLASSICS 54 2014 2015 Spring ARTHIST 3 section 1 Introduction to World Architecture CLASSICS 54 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday Friday 11 00am 11 50am Herrin T175 ARTHIST 296 section 1 Junior Seminar Methods Historiography of Art History Nancy J Troy 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 12 35pm 2 05pm Art103 ARTSTUDI 254 section 1 Kinetic Sculpture Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday Thursday 1 15pm 3 05pm Art6 FILMSTUD 4S Language of Film Pavle Levi ARTSTUDI 148A Lithography ARTHIST 320 section 1 Living in a Material World Seventeenth century Dutch and Flemish Painting ARTHIST 120 Michael Marrinan 2014 2015

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  • Courses | Department of Art & Art History
    Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 2 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Spring 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 4 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Spring 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 6 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Spring 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 8 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Spring ARTSTUDI 342 section 7 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 6 MFA Project Tutorial Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 5 MFA Project Tutorial Gail Wight 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 4 MFA Project Tutorial Xiaoze Xie 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 3 MFA Project Tutorial Enrique Chagoya 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 2 MFA Project Tutorial Paul DeMarinis 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 1 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Autumn 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 1 MFA Project Tutorial Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Spring 12 00am 12 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 1 MFA Project Tutorial Gail Wight 2014 2015 Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 3 MFA Project Tutorial Xiaoze Xie 2014 2015 Spring 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 7 MFA Project Tutorial Enrique Chagoya 2014 2015 Spring 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 7 MFA Project Tutorial Paul DeMarinis 2014 2015 Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 6 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 4 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 3 MFA Project Tutorial 2014 2015 Winter 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 2 MFA Project Tutorial Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Winter Monday 5 30pm 7 30pm ARTSTUDI 342 section 3 MFA Project Tutorial Gail Wight 2014 2015 Summer 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 2 MFA Project Tutorial Xiaoze Xie 2014 2015 Summer 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342 section 1 MFA Project Tutorial Enrique Chagoya 2014 2015 Summer ARTSTUDI 342 section 7 MFA Project Tutorial Paul DeMarinis 2014 2015 Summer 1 00am 1 00am ARTSTUDI 342B section 1 MFA Concept Seminar Paul DeMarinis 2014 2015 Autumn Monday 5 30pm 7 30pm ARTSTUDI 342B section 1 MFA Concept Seminar Enrique Chagoya 2014 2015 Winter Monday 5 30pm 7 30pm ARTSTUDI 342A section 1 MFA Object Seminar Xiaoze Xie 2014 2015 Autumn Wednesday 5 15pm 7 05pm ARTSTUDI 342A section 1 MFA Object Seminar Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Winter Wednesday 5 15pm 7 05pm ARTSTUDI 342A section 1 MFA Object Seminar 2014 2015 Winter Wednesday 5 30pm 7 30pm School of Education 313 ARTHIST 413 Michelangelo ARTHIST 347 section 1 MODERNISM AND MODERNITY ARTHIST 147 Nancy J Troy 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday 11 00am 12 30pm Art4 ARTHIST 147 section 3 MODERNISM AND MODERNITY ARTHIST 347 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday 12 30pm 1 30pm School of Education 130 ARTHIST 147 section

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    3 15pm 5 05pm Art124 ARTSTUDI 263 section 1 Paper 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 00am 11 50am Art203 ARTHIST 407C section 1 Phenomenology and Aesthetics in Medieval Art ARTHIST 207C 2014 2015 Winter Thursday 1 15pm 4 05pm Art103 ARTHIST 207C section 1 Phenomenology and Aesthetics in Medieval Art ARTHIST 407C Bissera Pentcheva 2014 2015 Winter Thursday 1 15pm 4 05pm Art103 ARTSTUDI 13AX Photography ARTSTUDI 17X section 1 Photography for Non Majors Discovering Photography 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 00am 11 50am ARTGAL7 ARTHIST 487X Pictures of the Floating World Images from Japanese Popular Culture ARTHIST 287 JAPANLIT 287 ARTSTUDI 141 section 1 Plein Air Painting Now Ben Peterson 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 10 00am 11 50am ARTSTUDI 141 section 1 Plein Air Painting Now Ben Peterson 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday 10 00am 11 50am ARTGAL109 FILMSTUD 345 Politics and Aesthetics in East European Cinema FILMSTUD 145 FILMSTUD 145 Politics and Aesthetics in East European Cinema FILMSTUD 345 ARTHIST 246B section 1 Pop Art AMSTUD 246B Richard Meyer 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday Thursday 2 15pm 3 45pm FILMSTUD 404 Postwar American Avant Garde Cinema ARTHIST 478 section 1 Problems in the History of Collecting Circulation and Display Nancy J Troy 2014 2015 Winter Wednesday 2 15pm 5 05pm Art103 FILMPROD 405 section 1 Producing Practicum Kristine Samuelson 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 2 15pm 4 05pm 120 S60 ARTSTUDI 277 section 1 Project class Digital and Analogue Projects in Photography Lukas Felzmann 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 3 15pm 5 05pm ARTGAL7 ARTSTUDI 277 section 1 Project class Digital and Analogue Projects in Photography 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 3 05pm ARTHIST 212 section 1 Renaissance Florence 1440 1540 Morten Steen Hansen 2014 2015 Spring Wednesday 2 15pm 5 05pm 120 S60 ARTHIST 166 section 3 Representing Fashion Elizabeth A Kessler 2014 2015 Spring Thursday 5 30pm 6 20pm 160 314 ARTHIST 166 section 2 Representing Fashion 2014 2015 Spring Thursday 2 15pm 3 05pm 200 217 ARTHIST 166 section 1 Representing Fashion 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday Thursday 9 00am 10 30am Art4 FILMSTUD 310 Science Fiction Cinema FILMSTUD 110 FILMSTUD 110 Science Fiction Cinema FILMSTUD 310 FILMPROD 301 section 1 Screenwriting FILMPROD 101 2014 2015 Spring Friday 10 00am 11 00am 120 S60 FILMPROD 101 section 1 Screenwriting FILMPROD 301 2014 2015 Spring Friday 10 00am 11 00am 120 S60 FILMPROD 305 section 1 Script Analysis FILMPROD 105 Adam Tobin 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 12 35pm 2 05pm 160 124 FILMPROD 105 section 1 Script Analysis FILMPROD 305 Adam Tobin 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 12 35pm 2 05pm 160 124 ARTSTUDI 151 section 1 Sculpture I Mark Brest van Kempen 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday 10 00am 11 50am Art6 ARTSTUDI 151 section 1 Sculpture I Terry Berlier 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 1 15pm 3 05pm Art6 ARTSTUDI 252 section 1 Sculpture II 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 1 15pm 3 05pm ARTSTUDI 252 section 1 Sculpture II

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  • Courses | Department of Art & Art History
    Ancient Greek Society CLASSICS 18N Jody Maxmin 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday 9 00am 10 50am Art103 ARTHIST 309 section 1 The Book in the Medieval World ARTHIST 109 2014 2015 Winter Tuesday Thursday 9 30am 11 00am ARTHIST 109 section 1 The Book in the Medieval World ARTHIST 309 Beatrice Kitzinger 2014 2015 Winter Tuesday Thursday 9 30am 11 00am ARTSTUDI 262 section 1 The Chair 2014 2015 Winter Tuesday Thursday 10 00am 11 50am 610 615 FILMSTUD 458 section 1 The Face on Film 2014 2015 Autumn Monday 2 15pm 5 05pm 160 329 ARTHIST 387A section 1 The Japanese Tea Ceremony The History Aesthetics and Politics Behind a National Pastime ARTHIST 287A JAPANGEN 287A 2014 2015 Winter Wednesday 3 15pm 5 05pm 160 318 ARTHIST 287A section 1 The Japanese Tea Ceremony The History Aesthetics and Politics Behind a National Pastime JAPANGEN 287A 2014 2015 Winter ARTHIST 287A section 1 The Japanese Tea Ceremony The History Aesthetics and Politics Behind a National Pastime JAPANGEN 287A 2014 2015 Spring Wednesday 3 15pm 6 05pm ARTSTUDI 276 section 1 The Photographic Book 2014 2015 Spring Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 3 05pm ARTGAL7 ARTHIST 80N The Portrait Identities in Question ARTHIST 462 section 1 The Sense of Place in American Art Alexander Nemerov 2014 2015 Autumn Wednesday 2 15pm 5 05pm Art103 ARTSTUDI 271 section 1 The View Camera Its Uses and Techniques 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday 3 15pm 5 05pm ARTGAL7 ARTHIST 386 section 1 Theme and Style in Japanese Art ARTHIST 186 JAPANGEN 186 JAPANGEN 286 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 2 30pm Art4 ARTHIST 186 section 1 Theme and Style in Japanese Art ARTHIST 386 JAPANGEN 186 JAPANGEN 286 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 2 30pm Art4 FILMSTUD 302 Theories of the

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  • Theme and Style in Japanese Art (ARTHIST 386, JAPANGEN 186, JAPANGEN 286) | Department of Art & Art History
    Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Theme and Style in Japanese Art ARTHIST 386 JAPANGEN 186 JAPANGEN 286 ARTHIST 186 A mixture of lecture and discussion this course presents a chronological introduction to some of the defining monuments in the history of Japanese visual culture from prehistory to the mid 19th century This introductory class presumes no prior knowledge of art history or of Japan We will emphasize certain overarching themes like religious life notions of decorum appropriate to various classes court warrior and commoner the relationship between and among the arts such as the visual and the verbal or the symphonic assemblage arts as seen in the tea ceremony pervasive cultural tropes like nostalgia seasonality or the sense of place and broader issues such as censorship patronage gender issues and the encounters between Japanese and foreign cultures View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location ARTHIST 186 section 1 Theme and Style in Japanese Art ARTHIST 386 JAPANGEN 186 JAPANGEN 286 Melinda Takeuchi 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 2 30pm Art4 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary

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  • Greek Art In and Out of Context (CLASSICS 163) | Department of Art & Art History
    The seminar considers Greek artifacts in the context of Greek life including the life of the workshop and the endless ways in which craftsmen served the needs of Greek society Their foundries factories and ceramic studios produced the material goods that defined Greek life temples statues and other offerings for the gods arms and armor for warriors sporting equipment and prizes for athletes houses clothing and crockery for the family ships and sailcloth wagons and ploughs wine and oil presses for a thriving domestic and overseas economy gravestones and funeral vases for the dead Formerly CLASSART 109 nMost of the antiquities exhibited in museums or purchased by private collectors from galleries and auction houses survive because they were buried with people who used and cherished them The Greeks belief that the artifacts they valued in life would serve them in the afterlife informs the second part of the seminar which is devoted to the recent history of tomb looting and the illicit trafficking in antiquities View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location ARTHIST 203 section 1 Greek Art In and Out of Context CLASSICS 163 Jody Maxmin 2014 2015 Autumn Monday

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  • Women and the Book: Scribes, Artists, and Readers from Late Antiquity through the Fourteenth Century (FEMGEN 216, HISTORY 216, HISTORY 316) | Department of Art & Art History
    Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Women and the Book Scribes Artists and Readers from Late Antiquity through the Fourteenth Century FEMGEN 216 HISTORY 216 HISTORY 316 ARTHIST 206H This course examines the cultural worlds of medieval women through particular attention to the books that they owned commissioned and created Beginning with the earliest Christian centuries the course proceeds chronologically charting women s book ownership scribal and artistic activity and patronage from Late Antiquity through the fourteenth century In addition to examining specific manuscripts in facsimile or digitally we will consider ancillary questions to do with women s authorship education and literacy reading patterns devotional practices and visual traditions and representation View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location ARTHIST 206H section 1 Women and the Book Scribes Artists and Readers from Late Antiquity through the Fourteenth Century FEMGEN 216 HISTORY 216 HISTORY 316 2014 2015 Winter Friday 10 00am 12 50pm Econ 139 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter

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  • Phenomenology and Aesthetics in Medieval Art (ARTHIST 407C) | Department of Art & Art History
    Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Phenomenology and Aesthetics in Medieval Art ARTHIST 407C ARTHIST 207C This course explores the phenomenal aspects of the medieval image and space such as glitter shadow smoke reverberation and how these presence effects were conceptualized in medieval culture as animation Focus is on a select group of monuments as well as engagement with medieval objects at the Cantor Art Museum and the facsimiles of medieval manuscripts kept at the Art Library and Special Collections Among the monuments we will study are the Alhambra in Spain the Apocalypse MSS the Cantigas of Alfonso X the Byzantine Joshua Roll the Homiles of the Monk Kokkinobaphos the Ashburnhamensis Pentateuch and the Rossano Gospels View this course and available sections on ExploreCourses Section Information Title Instructor Quarter Day Time Location ARTHIST 207C section 1 Phenomenology and Aesthetics in Medieval Art ARTHIST 407C Bissera Pentcheva 2014 2015 Winter Thursday 1 15pm 4 05pm Art103 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe

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