Faculty of Arts
Special Topic: Art Writing and Methodology
Introduces a range of methodologies in the discipline, by surveying the development of art writing from the Renaissance to the present, focusing predominantly on ideas that have informed Art History since the late nineteenth century. Lectures on case studies demonstrating different art historical approaches will be accompanied by discussions on texts and the trialling of methodologies in written projects. This reading-based course is recommended for students planning to study Art History at postgraduate level.
Coordinator(s) Professor Elizabeth Rankin
ARTHIST 330: 15.0 points
30 points at Stage II in Art History