Course Catalog - 2015-2016

     

HART 100 - AP/OTH CREDIT IN ART HISTORY

Long Title: AP/OTH CREDIT IN ART HISTORY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Transfer
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course provides credit for students who have successfully completed approved examinations, such as Advanced Placement Exams. This credit counts toward the total credit hours required for graduation, but does not count toward total credit hours required for the Art History Major.
 

HART 101 - INTRO TO HIST OF WESTERN ART I

Long Title: INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART I: ANTIQUITY TO GOTHIC
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture from Antiquity through the 15th century. Students will also attend a one-hour weekly tutorial with a teaching assistant. Cross-list: CLAS 102, MDEM 111.
 

HART 102 - INTRO HIST OF WESTERN ART II

Long Title: INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART II: RENAISSANCE TO PRESENT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Renaissance through the 20th century.
 

HART 103 - INTRO TO THE HIST OF ASIAN ART

Long Title: INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ASIAN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: Survey of Asian art from the Neolithic period to the present.
 

HART 105 - KEY MONUMENTS & ARTISTS

Long Title: KEY MONUMENTS AND ARTISTS OF WESTERN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An in-depth look at important moments in the history of European and American art, from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Rather than being a comprehensive survey, the course will focus on a limited number of works by leading artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, and architecture.
 

HART 110 - THE PARTHENON

Long Title: THE PARTHENON AND PERIKLEAN ATHENS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course, we will trace the history and mythology of the Parthenon. We begin with the dawn of sacred tradition on the Acropolis, then explore the classical recreation of the city, the conversion of the Parthenon into a church, its subsequent destruction and the current debate over restoration. This course is limited to first-year students only, any others will be removed from this course. Cross-list: ARCH 110, CLAS 103, FSEM 113.
 

HART 117 - FROM FREUD TO LE CORBUSIER

Long Title: FROM FREUD TO LE CORBUSIER: PSYCHOANALYSIS, ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This seminar presents a selected range of key psychoanalytic concepts, which have been used by artists and architects to develop their practices and by theoreticians and critics to explain the production or experience of art and architecture. A typical week pairs a theoretical text with a work of art or architecture. This course is limited to first-year students only, any others will be removed from this course. Cross-list: FSEM 117.
 

HART 120 - CINEMA AND MODERNITY

Long Title: CINEMA AND MODERNITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class focuses on cinema as a primary cultural product of industrial capital ism, whose processes of mechanization and urbanization fundamentally changed everyday life. Classes will focus on films by Chaplin, Lang, Eisenstein, Hitchcock, and others, and encompass issues of technology and representation, shock and trauma, and crime and the city. This course is limited to first-year students only. Cross-list: FSEM 181.
 

HART 179 - ROMAN VS GREEK

Long Title: ROMAN VS GREEK: QUESTIONING THE DEFINITION OF ART IN THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: What's in a name? Apparently a lot. For 500 years--since the Renaissance--scholars have cleaved Roman and Greek art from one another and this division has defined how we think about art in antiquity. In this freshman seminar, we will question this paradigm. Looking at art from around the Mediterranean and reading the very scholarship that has both created these definitions and questioned them, we will work toward a new way of conceiving the art of the Ancient Mediterranean world. This course is limited to first-year students only, any others will be removed from this course. Cross-list: CLAS 179, FSEM 179.
 

HART 180 - 14 FILMS BEFORE YOU GRADUATE

Long Title: 14 FILMS YOU SHOULD SEE BEFORE YOU GRADUATE FROM RICE UNIVERSITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Featuring the important, but less familiar works of American and European directors from the 1930s - 1960s. This class represents an ideal mixture of modernist auteur cinema and shameless viewing pleasure. Cross-list: FILM 180.
 

HART 201 - ROME: INCEPTION TO EMPIRE

Long Title: ROME: INCEPTION TO EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The history of Ancient Roman art spans a period of more than 1500 years that saw the birth of Christianity, Aristotelian philosophy, religious, republican popular government, military rule and myriad political, philosophical, religious, economic, anthropological and gender issues that have fundamentally shaped the subsequent history of the world. In short, a study of Roman art presents a study of humanistic and sociological change in microcosm. In the course you will gain a thorough overview of those issues through lecture and discussion on all manner of art and architecture from the Roman world.
 

HART 202 - MODERN ART IN EUROPE,1900-1945

Long Title: AVANT-GARDE AND AFTER: MODERN ART IN EUROPE, 1900-1945
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class surveys European art from roughly 1900-1945, paying particular attention to the social contexts in which this work emerged and the interpretive strategies that have been used to understand it. Among the topics to be considered are Cubism, Futurism, Constructivism, Dada, and Surrealism, as well as the reaction against these by emergent authoritarian regimes of the 1930s. Students cannot receive credit for HART 202 and HART 305. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 202 and HART 305.
 

HART 205 - ART SINCE 1945

Long Title: ART SINCE 1945
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course introduces the major developments, figures, and works of late modernism beginning with the shift, during the 1940s, from Paris to New York as the cultural center of avant-garde. The class charts the rise of Abstract Expressionism in the 1940s and 50s and follows its divided legacies in the 1960s and 70s. We will examine the post-modern debates of the 1980s and the 90s and conclude with a look at trends in contemporary art.
 

HART 207 - FOURTEEN ARTWORKS AT THE MFAH

Long Title: FOURTEEN ARTWORKS AT THE MFAH
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course is designed to provide students with no previous background in art history with an introduction to the discipline through the "in situ" study of 14 works from the permanent collection of The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Some of the topics to be addressed include British aristocratic portraiture, French Impressionist painting, the aesthetic dialogues of Matisse and Picasso, the abstracted sculptures of Brancusi and Calder, and the site-specific installation of Turrell's light tunnel.
 

HART 209 - BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPY

Long Title: BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Studio
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Introduction to digital photography through exploration of light, camera, and computer. Assignments include looking, taking, discussing, adjusting, printing and writing about photographs. The class is a balance of visual awareness, technical skills and meaning in the context of photography’s continuing history. Primary software application is Adobe Lightroom which is provided on computer in the VADA Digital Lab in the Rice Media Center; students must provide their own digital camera. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: FOTO 210.
 

HART 211 - INTRO TO ASIAN CIVILIZATIONS

Long Title: INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN CIVILIZATIONS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A team-taught interdisciplinary course focusing on certain major philosophical, religious and artistic traditions of pre-modern Asia, with an emphasis on the historical processes by which ideas, people, products, technologies and skills circulated within and beyond state boundaries. Cross-list: ASIA 211, HIST 206.
 

HART 214 - ART & POLITICS IN ANCIENT ROME

Long Title: ART AND POLITICS IN ANCIENT ROME
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course, you will learn to navigate the testy waters of artistic and political design in ancient Rome, when monumental architecture and exquisite art was often created for personal gain. Throughout the semester we will explore how would-be rulers used visual culture for professional self-aggrandizement. Cross-list: CLAS 236.
 

HART 225 - HISTORY & THEORY I (INTRO)

Long Title: HISTORY & THEORY I (INTRO)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This introductory course exposes student's issues and debates that have driven architects and theorists from the early twentieth century to the present. The course is structured around a sequence of fourteen themes that have recurred as major issues throughout architectural history. Focusing on topics, ranging from representation, to media, to politics, urbanity, or the environment, teach theme is presented as a debate between differing viewpoints, in order to expose the positions that have motivated both theory and practice. In weekly discussion sections, we will be analyzing buildings and discussing canonical texts. These sections provide opportunities for students to develop their own positions on the issues debated, and to refine their ability to make arguments. Cross-list: ARCH 225, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 545. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 225 and HART 545.
 

HART 240 - LATE MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE

Long Title: ART IN CONTEXT: LATE MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course will be concerned with the art, architecture, and history of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. We will employ historical texts, literature, and illustrations of works of art, showing how historical documents and sources can illuminate the cultural context of art and architecture. Cross-list: HUMA 108, MDEM 108.
 

HART 250 - CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN CINEMA

Long Title: CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class examines trends in European cinema of the last fifteen years. Particular attention will be given to the issues of history, memory and national identity in Europe's shifting geopolitical climate, and to the formal and aesthetic concerns with which filmmakers responded to these shifts. The discussion will include films by Michael Haneke, Fatih Akin, Christian Mingiu and others. Cross-list: FILM 250.
 

HART 265 - ART/ POLITICS MOD LATIN AMER

Long Title: A VISUAL CULTURE TRAVELOGUE: ART AND POLITICS IN MODERN LATIN AMERICA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Providing an alternative understanding of modernity and its artistic partner, modernism, this survey course traverses the political, social and cultural landscapes that informed and formed the art and architecture of Latin America, from the early twentieth century to the present. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 665. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 265 and HART 665.
 

HART 280 - HISTORY & AESTHETICS OF FILM

Long Title: HISTORY AND AESTHETICS OF FILM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Introduction to the art and aesthetics of film as an artifact produced within certain social contexts. Includes style, narration, mise-en-scene, editing, sound, and ideology in classical Hollywood cinema, as well as in independent, alternative, nonfiction, and Third World cinemas. Cross-list: ARTS 280, FILM 280.
 

HART 281 - THE BEGINNINGS OF CINEMA

Long Title: THE BEGINNINGS OF CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This class studies the emergence of cinema in the context of cultural developments at the turn of the 20th century. Early films will be examined together with such contemporaneous issues as technologies of vision, modern mass culture, urban expansion and consumerism. Cross-list: FILM 281.
 

HART 283 - AUTEUR FILM

Long Title: AUTEUR FILM: CASE STUDIES OF THREE AUTEURS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will explore the tradition of auteur filmmaking, with an emphasis on how this particular artistic mode situates itself within the evolving system of Hollywood institutional film. The auteur, in contrast to other filmmakers, exhibits unparalleled control over the production and post-production processes and is uniquely identifiable through the notable conventions of aesthetics, style, theme, content, atmosphere, etc. FILM 485/HART 481 ( 4 Credit Hours ) will require completion of additional coursework for the additional credit than the FILM 285/HART 283 (3 Credit Hours). Credit may not be received for more than one of FILM 285 or FILM 485 or Hart 283 or HART 481. Cross-list: FILM 285, Equivalency: HART 481. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 283 and HART 481.
 

HART 284 - NONFICTION FILM

Long Title: NONFICTION FILM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Introduction to the history and aesthetics of nonfiction film as both a social artifact and as a work of art. Includes discussions of actualities, the city film, the social documentary, surrealist cinema, propaganda, ethnography, the essay film, and the contemporary nonfiction film from around the world. Cross-list: FILM 284.
 

HART 285 - INTRODUCTION TO FILM

Long Title: INTRODUCTION TO FILM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Description: This writing-intensive course will teach students to view films analytically and write film criticism. Each week, students will view a film, read some criticism of that film, and write their own view of the film. Screenings will be taken from important movements in world cinema history. Cross-list: ENGL 275, FILM 273.
 

HART 286 - CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY FILM

Long Title: CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY FILM AND THEORY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: A course focusing on contexts such as movies and ads, familiar plots and conventions define their significance. Cross-list: ENGL 286.
Course URL: http://www.english.rice.edu
 

HART 288 - SPECIAL TOPICS

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
Description: Special topics and new course in film and media studies, not necessarily repeated. May be used in awarding transfer credit. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 297 - SPECIAL TOPICS: MUSEUM STUDIES

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSEUM CURATORIAL STUDIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Special Topics class taught by visiting Curators from the MFAH. SP 2016: Intro to Islamic Art at the MFAH: This course explores the dynamic, multifaceted character of Islamic art and architecture across the globe. Travel from Spain to India studying original art at the Museum of Fine Arts. Gain understanding of the historical, religious, social, craft, and visual contexts of the art. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 597. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 297 and HART 597.
 

HART 298 - SPECIAL TOPICS

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS IN ART THEORY AND CRITICISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
Description: Independent study, reading, or special research in art history. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 299 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ART THEORY AND CRITICISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
Description: Independent study, reading, or special research in art history. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 300 - MUSEUM INTERN

Long Title: MUSEUM INTERN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The aim of this course is to provide select students a practicum in museum work accompanied by an introduction to a history of museums, including the varieties of museums, their role in society and significant issues in museums today. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 301 - MUSEUM INTERN PROGRAM II

Long Title: MUSEUM INTERN PROGRAM II
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The aim of this course is to provide select students a practicum in museum work accompanied by an introduction to a history of museums, including the varieties of museums, their role in society and significant issues in museums today. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 302 - ART, ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE

Long Title: FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE SUSTAINABLE: ART, ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers theories and narratives of nature in the crafting of modern and contemporary art and architecture in the Americas. Artists and architects will include Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Rogelio Salmona (Colombia); Ana Mendieta, Ricardo Porro (Cuba); Ana Maria Tavaraes, Lina Bo Bardi (Brazil); Mark Dion and Buckminster Fuller (USA). Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 568. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 302 and HART 568.
 

HART 303 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Independent Study in Art History. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 304 - TRENDS IN CUBAN CULTURE

Long Title: A REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY CUBAN CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This research seminar will explore contemporary trends in Cuban culture through literary texts, films, music and works of art. We will examine the ways in which politics and the practices of artistic representation intersect in post-revolutionary Cuba. A research trip to Cuba has been organized as part of this seminar. Course taught in Spanish. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: FILM 339, SPAN 392, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 565. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 304 and HART 565.
 

HART 307 - TECHNICAL ART HISTORY

Long Title: TECHNICAL ART HISTORY: STUDYING THE TECHNIQUES OF WESTERN PAINTING, 13TH-20TH CENTURIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Art historians, especially in the United States, tend to rely on photographs, but a study of the actual object is invaluable in studying works of art. This course aims to inform students about the technical study of art, which in the last fifty years has become a major field of research. Most classes will be held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, or other Houston collections. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 549. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 307 and HART 549.
 

HART 308 - LIVING IN THE CITY

Long Title: LIVING IN THE CITY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Seminar combines primary and secondary sources to explore the urban experiences of Ottoman men and women in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Looking at several cities including Istanbul, Izmir, Salonika, Damascus, Aleppo and Alexandria, we will discuss such issues as neighborhood and community life, public spaces and recreational culture perceptions of space, urban institutions, Muslim and non-Muslim relations, migration and marginality, violence and death. Reading knowledge of French and /or Turkish helpful but not necessary. Cross-list: ARCH 318, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 508. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 308 and HART 508.
 

HART 309 - THE DAWN OF ROME

Long Title: THE DAWN OF ROME: GENERATING THE URBAN, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL LIFE OF THE ETERNAL CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course you will uncover the roots of the Eternal City, Rome. Through analysis of archaeological remains, art historical methodologies and theories of social space, intentionality, structuration and agency, you will question how and why Rome became a city and a culture the reshaped the world. The course will focus on the first 500 years of Roman art and society, ca. 800-300 BCE, looking closely at the kingship of Rome, the genesis of the Roman Republic, and the ability to understand a distant culture through artistic manufacture, materiality and philosophical shift. Cross-list: CLAS 309, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 509. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 309 and HART 509.
 

HART 310 - BRAZIL BUILT

Long Title: BRAZIL BUILT: THE CLINIC, THE TROPICAL, AND THE AESTHETIC
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: From Brazil Builds, MOMA's 1943 celebrated exhibition to Brasilia, the supermodern capital created ex-nihilo in the middle of nowhere, to today's worldwide attention on Brail, this seminar examines the built environment - natural and architectural - as the main transmitter of modernism in Brazil. This is a seminar on Brazilian modernism and its discontents. Cross-list: ARCH 315, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 526. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 310 and HART 526.
 

HART 311 - ANCIENT NEAR EAST

Long Title: ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An in-depth examination of the art and archaeology of ancient Mesopotamia, Syria, Anatolia and Persia. Beginning in The Neolithic period, we will examine the development of Near Eastern art and architecture through the study of ancient sites and their associated material culture. Cross-list: ANTH 331, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 511. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 311 and HART 511.
 

HART 312 - ARTS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN

Long Title: ADVANCED STUDY IN MUSEUMS AND HERITAGE: ARTS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN AT THE MENIL COLLECTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An introduction to issues specific to the acquisition, collection maintenance, display and publication of arts from the ancient Mediterranean, and to the civic engagement and operation of a small, important collection, specifically the Menil collection. Undergraduate students will be taught about the practices of research in a museum environment and will develop knowledge about curatorship. Cross-list: HURC 308, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 540. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 312 and HART 540.
 

HART 316 - VIRTL RECONSTR HISTORCL CITIES

Long Title: VIRTUAL RECONSTRUCTION OF HISTORICAL CITIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Research
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course, part of the HRC’s Digital Humanities Initiative, is devoted to the virtual reconstruction of ancient urban landscapes with focus on individual buildings in their urban settings. All course activities will be based around interdisciplinary student teams who will work together through the semesters to complete a virtual reconstruction project. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: ANTH 346, ARCH 310, COMP 316.
 

HART 318 - ROME: THE ETERNAL CITY

Long Title: SPEICAL TOPICS IN ANCIENT ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course will introduce you to the major monuments of Rome, Pompeii, and Herculaneum. We will focus not only on the history and functions of these monuments in antiquity but also on how their meaning and representation has changed and evolved in the post-classical world. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: CLAS 321. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 320 - 18TH CENTURY EUROPEAN ART

Long Title: EIGHTEENTH CENTURY EUROPEAN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course considers the painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative and graphic arts of the 1700s in relation to important social and ideological developments of the period. These include the decline of traditional patronage, the rising idea of an art public, and the spread of skeptical attitudes about received authority. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 550. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 320 and HART 550.
 

HART 321 - ISTANBUL IMPERIAL CITY

Long Title: IMPERIAL CITY: ISTANBUL 1453-1922
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This thematic seminar examines significant historical moments in the architectural and urban cultural of the Ottoman imperial capital from the moment it was conquered until the demise of the Ottoman empire. Weekly readings and discussions will cover a range of topics including building patronage, architectural decorum, the Byzantine legacy, artistic relations with Persia, India and Europe, cultural pluralism, neighborhood and public life, law and urban order, modernity and modernization. Cross-list: ARCH 331, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 521. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 321 and HART 521.
 

HART 322 - JERUSALEM TO ISFAHAN

Long Title: JERUSALEM TO ISFAHAN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A seminar on key topics of the study of visual cultures in the medieval and early modern Muslim world focused on specific works of art. Politics of architectural patronage, dissemination of visual languages, calligraphy, "ornament" and figural representation in Islam, cross-cultural exchanges and trans-religious iconographies are among the topics discussed. Cross-list: ARCH 332, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 522. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 322 and HART 522.
 

HART 326 - MATERIAL, FORM, SPACE, TIME

Long Title: MATERIAL, FORM, SPACE, TIME: CONCRETE AND THE REVOLUTION OF SPACE IN ANCIENT ROME
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: "Architectural Revolution" has been tied to Le Corbusier, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Brunelleschi and to towering Gothic cathedrals. At the foundation of all these endeavors is the Concrete Revolution in Roman Architecture. In this course we'll look at the four essential elements of this revolution from the fourth century BCE to the fifth century CE, and we'll investigate how shifts in application and experience created a background that informs design to this day. Cross-list: ARCH 326, CLAS 326, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 626. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 326 and HART 626.
 

HART 327 - THE GENESIS OF ROMAN ART

Long Title: THE GENESIS OF ROMAN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course explores the roots of the art and architecture of ancient Rome (ca. 600-200 BCE). In it we will examine the earliest vestiges of sculpture, painting and architecture from the Archaic and Classical periods to the twisted forms of Hellenistic conquest. You will grapple with the questions of cultural agency, connoisseurship, cultural interaction, network and object theories and spatial imagination to question standard narratives that divide Rome in this time from neighboring Greek polities. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 627. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 327 and HART 627.
 

HART 328 - EPIPHANIES

Long Title: EPIPHANIES: SEEING IN A NEW LIGHT AND RECOGNIZING THE RADIANCE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Epiphanies are events or objects that can note a striking appearance or manifestation, just as an epiphanic experience contains a significant moment of revelation. This course examines expressions of epiphanies in modernist art, literature, film, sacred experience, and in the mundane details of life itself. Cross-list: RELI 375.
 

HART 329 - STREETS AND URBAN LIFE

Long Title: STREETS AND URBAN LIFE: PARIS TO ISTANBUL
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Exploration of the street as a focus of urban life in 18th and 19th century. We will look at ways streets functioned as spaces of livelihood, sociability, and transgression in cities such as London, Paris, Istanbul, Amsterdam and Cairo. Cross-list: ARCH 329, HIST 329, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 529. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 329 and HART 529.
 

HART 330 - EARLY MEDIEVAL ART

Long Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Early Medieval Art from the 5th Century to the Romanesque period. This course begins with a study of the art and architecture of the Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Lombards, Celts, Anglo-Saxons, Franks, and Merovingians, and the transformation of the Roman World through new Germanic, Barbarian, and Christian forces. The second part of the course considers the cultural Renaissance of the Carolingian and Ottonian Periods under rulers such as Charlemagne and Otto III. The last third of the course focuses on themes of pilgrimage, relics, crusades and the emergence of new monumental tradition in art and architecture during the Romanesque Period. Cross-list: MDEM 330, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 530. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 330 and HART 530.
 

HART 331 - GOTHIC ART

Long Title: GOTHIC ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Examination of the full array of sacred art and architecture produced in the early and high gothic periods in northern Europe. Includes cathedral architecture, sculpture, stained glass, manuscripts, and metalwork studies in relationship to the expansion of royal and Episcopal power. Cross-list: MDEM 331, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 531. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 331 and HART 531.
 

HART 332 - ART OF THE COURTS

Long Title: ART OF THE COURTS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Examination of art and architecture produced in the late gothic period within three distinct settings--the court, the city, and the church. Includes private, public, and religious life as expressed in the objects, architecture, and decoration of the castle and palace, the house, the city hall and hospital, and the chapel and parish church. Cross-list: MDEM 332, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 532. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 332 and HART 532.
 

HART 333 - LOOKING AT PRINTS 1400-1700

Long Title: LOOKING AT EUROPEAN PRINTS 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The class has several goals: to gain a thorough historical understanding of prints by major masters as Schongauer, Mantegna, Düer, and Rembrandt as well as more popular prints, explore key issues in the study of prints, such as how they revolutionized European culture, their patronage, markets, functions, and techniques; and to examine the prints first-hand. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 525. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 333 and HART 525.
 

HART 334 - PICASSO, POLLOCK, WARHOL

Long Title: PICASSO, POLLOCK, WARHOL
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will look in detail at three of the twentieth century's most important artists: Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol. Our central focus in doing so will be painting, in particular, the means by which these three artists tested, expanded or even "destroyed" the medium. What did it mean to make (or reject) painting in 1910, 1950, and 1965? Special attention will be paid to recent scholarly literature and close looking at works in local collections. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 546. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 334 and HART 546.
 

HART 336 - CINEMA AND THE CITY

Long Title: CINEMA AND THE CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class explores representations of the city in 20th and 21st century world cinema. Central concerns will include the city as cinematic protagonist, parallels between urban and cinematic space and the intertwined histories of both film and urban design over the last century. Cross-list: ASIA 355, FILM 336, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 536. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 336 and HART 536.
 

HART 339 - AMERICAN ART: 1620-1800

Long Title: AMERICAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE I: 1620-1800
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Painting, architecture, urban design, and the decorative arts in the colonies and early United States. Highlights will include design at Monticello and Mount Vernon; the portraiture of John Singleton Copley; Georgian and Federal-period architecture in Boston, New York, Williamsburg, and Philadelphia; and Spanish and Dutch colonial art and architecture. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 539. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 339 and HART 539.
 

HART 340 - NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART

Long Title: NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of art in northern Europe from Jan van Eyck to Peter Bruegel. Cross-list: MDEM 340, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 553. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 340 and HART 553.
 

HART 341 - EARLY RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY

Long Title: EARLY RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of Italian art and architecture from Giotto to Botticelli, with emphasis on painting and sculpture in the 15th century. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 541. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 341 and HART 541.
 

HART 342 - HIGH RENAISSN&MANNERISM ITALY

Long Title: THE HIGH RENAISSANCE AND MANNERISM IN ITALY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of the High Renaissance, with emphasis on its leading masters (e.g., Leonardo, Raphael, Bramante, Michelangelo, and Titian). Includes a study of mannerism, the stylish art produced after the first quarter of the 16th century. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 542. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 342 and HART 542.
 

HART 343 - MASTERS OF THE BAROQUE ERA

Long Title: MASTERS OF THE BAROQUE ERA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of the works of the greatest painters and sculptors in Europe during the Baroque period. Includes Rembrandt, Rubens, Caravaggio, Poussin, Claude, and Velazquez. Cross-list: MDEM 343, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 543. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 343 and HART 543.
 

HART 345 - HISTORY & THEORY II - PRE 1890

Long Title: HISTORY AND THEORY II - PRE 1890
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An in-depth exploration as to why select monuments from Antiquity through the 19th century were 'canonized' in popular imagination and given referential status. Following a case study format, each week will focus on a particular building, built or unbuilt, from both Western and Eastern traditions. Cross-list: ARCH 345.
 

HART 346 - MAKING LOVE IN MODERN ART

Long Title: SEMINAR ON LOVE: MAKING LOVE IN MODERN ART AND THOUGHT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores various conceptions of love from the classical era to our postmodern age. Ranging from eros to philia to agape, we will examine literary, philosophical, and artistic expressions of love in painting, cinema, literature, psychoanalysis, philosophy, religion, and culture. Cross-list: SWGS 346.
 

HART 347 - SEMINAR ON LOVE

Long Title: SEMINAR ON LOVE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores the themes of love, sex, and spirit from the classical era through the postmodern age. We will examine literary, philosophical, and artistic expressions in painting, sculpture, cinema, novels, poetry, psychoanalysis, religion, and culture. Cross-list: RELI 343.
 

HART 348 - TRENDS IN CUBAN CULTURE

Long Title: A REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY CUBAN CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Research
Credit Hours: 1
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This research seminar will explore contemporary trends in Cuban culture through literary texts, films, music and works of art. We will examine the ways in which politics and the practices of artistic representation intersect in post-revolutionary Cuba. A research trip to Cuba has been organized as part of this seminar. This course is taught in Spanish. Graduate students will be required to complete all the requirements for the course in addition to writing a substantial research paper at the end of the semester. This is the credit for the actual trip to Cuba. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 548. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 348 and HART 548.
 

HART 349 - TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY ART

Long Title: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will map the terrain of contemporary art as it has developed in the wake of political and theoretical engagements of the 1990's. For many critics, Contemporary Art practice has given way to the worst aspects of spectacular culture losing sight of the political, theoretical, and artistic rigor that characterized the historical and neo-avant-garde.
 

HART 350 - MEDIEVAL SCIENCE AND MEDICINE

Long Title: SCIENCE AND MEDICINE IN MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course focuses on the diverse and often unexpected forms of medieval representation that intersect with science, medicine, and natural history: maps, diagrams, images from health and surgery guides, encyclopedic compendia of animals and plants, astrolabes. Optics and theories of vision, and the ideals of naturalism and perspective, will be examined alongside issues such as function, cultural exchange, and intellectual authority. Cross-list: MDEM 352, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 650. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 350 and HART 650.
 

HART 351 - ART, REVOLUTION, WAR

Long Title: ART, REVOLUTION, WAR: MODERN ART IN VIOLENT TIMES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar examines the ambition (or lack thereof) of modern art to play an active role during periods of violent conflict. From the French Revolution to the recent disastrous American engagements in the Middle East wars to the never-ending war on terror, artists have produced images that attempt to actively engage in these conflicts. This class will examine the relative successes and failures of art during times of violent revolution and war within the modern era. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 651. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 351 and HART 651.
 

HART 353 - ART AND EMOTION

Long Title: ART AND EMOTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the role played by emotion in our response to works of art. What is the relationship of emotion to the specific formal properties of a given work of art, such as color, texture, shape, line quality, sound, and so on? What role does our cognitive faculties play in determining our emotional response to art? Are there political stakes to emotional affect? These and other questions will be examined. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 653. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 353 and HART 653.
 

HART 354 - AGE OF ROMANTICISM IN EUROPE

Long Title: AGE OF ROMANTICISM IN EUROPE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will consider the emergence and flourishing of Romanticism in the visual arts in Europe. We will consider artists from France, Germany and Britain, including Eugene Delacroix, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable and Caspar David Friedrich. We will combine study of paintings with readings of contemporaneous philosophers and writers, including Hegel and Byron. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 554. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 354 and HART 554.
 

HART 355 - JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID:REVOLUTION

Long Title: JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID: REVOLUTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class will consider the painting of Jacques-Louis David with particular reference to the ideas of revolution. This seminar will combine close reading and looking, using primary and secondary readings to explore issues of classicism, politics, eroticism, and aesthetics in the work of this central figure in art history. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 555. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 355 and HART 555.
 

HART 357 - CONSTABLE AND TURNER

Long Title: CONSTABLE AND TURNER
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore critical issues surrounding the careers of John Constable and J.M.W. Turner, arguably the greatest landscape painters of the early 19th century. We will look at both similarities and differences in the work of these two rivals, while considering their work in the context of great historical change in England. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 547. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 357 and HART 547.
 

HART 358 - IMPRESSIONISM/POST-IMP

Long Title: IMPRESSIONISM AND POST-IMPRESSIONISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class will explore painting in France from approximately 1865 to 1900. Mixing lectures and classroom discussion, we will focus on individual artists including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, Georges Seurat, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul Czanne. We will also consider and discuss a set of critical issues surrounding these painters, including the politics of gender and class within the changing urban setting of Paris. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 558. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 358 and HART 558.
 

HART 359 - CINEMAS OF URBAN ALIENATION

Long Title: CINEMAS OF URBAN ALIENATION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar examines cinematic engagements with urban spaces and experiences around the world spanning the last two centuries. Particular attention will be paid to issues of migration, marginality, colonialism, war and post-war, nostalgia and memory, race and gender. Cities of focus include Berlin, Istanbul, Moscow, Algiers, Beirut and Paris. Our weekly discussions of individual films will be grounded in critical writings of the cities' histories and theories of space and film. Cross-list: ARCH 359, FILM 359, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 659. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 359 and HART 659.
 

HART 360 - AMER ARCH & DECOR ARTS 1900

Long Title: AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS BEFORE 1900
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Major topics will include the furniture styles of early America, the architecture of colonial cities, the life, thought, and architectural ideas of Thomas Jefferson, urban design and building projects in Washington, D.C., and other U.S. cities, and domestic life and interior design in 19th century America. Cross-list: ARCH 360, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 560. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 360 and HART 560.
 

HART 362 - UPCYCLING

Long Title: LATE MODERN ART: 1945 - PRESENT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course introduces the major developments, key figures and significant works of late Modernism. Covering a period from roughly 1945-Present, we will trace modernism's unfolding in the avant-garde practices of the 2nd half of the 20th century. Beginning with the shift from Paris to New York as the cultural center of the avant-garde, the rise of Abstract Expressionism & its divided legacies. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 362 and HART 562.
 

HART 364 - CAPITALISM & ART, 1300-1700

Long Title: THE RISE OF CAPITALISM AND LATE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will explore how the rise of capitalism affected late medieval and early modern art. It will explore depictions of avarice, charity, and poverty; representations of shopping; how the rise of the art market affected art production; images of different socio-economic lasses, and the material culture of money. Cross-list: MDEM 363, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 584. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 364 and HART 584.
 

HART 365 - ART BETWEEN THE WARS

Long Title: ART BETWEEN THE WARS: EUROPEAN MODERNISM, 1918-1940
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Beginning in the aftermath of the First World War, a conflict that devastated the physical and psychological landscape of Europe, and ending with the rise of various totalitarian regimes (Fascism, Stalinism) this seminar will examine European art of the interwar period, from 1918-1940. Potential topics will include Surrealism, The Russian avant-garde, the return to order, Esprit-Nouveau, the machine aesthetic, De Stijl, avant-garde cinema, etc. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 575. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 365 and HART 575.
 

HART 367 - MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

Long Title: MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART: FROM POLLOCK TO THE PRESENT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine a range of topics in American and European art from the 1950s to the present. Our subjects will include Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, body and performance art, deconstruction, postmodernism, minimalism, and art in the digital age.
 

HART 369 - REDEFINING CLASSICAL ART HIST

Long Title: (RE)DEFINING (CLASSICAL) ART HISTORY: DIVISION, CONNECTIVITY AND SHIFT IN THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For 500 years scholars have cleaved Roman and Greek art from one another in order to define the heart of antiquity. The scholarship that created such division is the very scholarship that created the discipline of Art History and redefined it through iconographical, social historical and broadly theoretical analysis: Windelmann, Droysen, Brendel, Deleuze, Gell. In this seminar, we will question the disciplinary paradigm. Looking at art from around the Mediterranean and reading the very scholarship that has both created these definitions and questioned them, we will work toward a new way of conceiving the art of the Ancient Mediterranean world. Cross-list: CLAS 323, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 569. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 369 and HART 569.
 

HART 371 - CHINESE PAINTING

Long Title: CHINESE PAINTING
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines Chinese painting from ancient times to the early twentieth century. Issues of examination include themes, styles, and functions of Chinese painting; the interrelationship between paintings and the intended viewers; regionalism; images and words; foreign elements in Chinese painting. Cross-list: ASIA 371, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 571. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 371 and HART 571.
 

HART 372 - CHINESE ART AND VISUAL CULTURE

Long Title: CHINESE ART AND VISUAL CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course, we will study how various artistic styles developed in historical, social, and cultural contexts from the ancient period to the present day. Through the careful examination of architecture, calligraphy, painting, sculpture, ceramics, bronze, and film, students will gain a deeper understanding of Chinese art and visual culture. Cross-list: ASIA 372, MDEM 373, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 572. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 372 and HART 572.
 

HART 373 - METHODOLOGY SEMINAR

Long Title: METHODOLOGY SEMINAR: WORD AND IMAGE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Art history is the craft of putting images into words. This course explores the question of how words and images intersect in the visual arts. Readings of some key texts on the subject will be followed by a series of case studies concerning specific artistic genres and issues. Topics include: narrative in painting; the frame and the caption; character and face in portraiture; the word as image in calligraphy; and sound and image in film. Through its readings and cases, the course will provide students a focused introduction to art historical theories and methods.
 

HART 375 - LATIN-EUROPE/LATIN-AMERICA

Long Title: LATIN-EUROPE/LATIN-AMERICA: THE AESTHETICS AND POLITICS OF MODERN CITIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course challenges our pre-conceived maps of the world, highlighting Latin America's place within our understanding of modernity as a product of transnational interconnections. Transversing the Atlantic, this course traces the interactions of capitalism and culture, science and aesthetics, and the ideologies that informed and formed the urban fabric and spatial politics of important cities in the modern Latin world - Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Havana, and Brasilia. Cross-list: ARCH 375, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 675. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 375 and HART 675.
 

HART 376 - MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE

Long Title: EAST & WEST: MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE IN CHINA AND NORTHERN EUROPE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course explores a series of issues that are critically important for the medieval art of both China and northern Europe. Topics include materials and techniques; public and private art: commerce, technology and prints; art and motion; archaeology; paradise and hell; maps and space; the gaze; erotica; patronage; and multiculturalism. Cross-list: ASIA 376, MDEM 376, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 576. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 376 and HART 576.
 

HART 378 - THE AGE OF REMBRANDT

Long Title: THE AGE OF REMBRANDT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century art, including major masters, such as Rembrandt, Rubens, and Vermeer, and major developments, such as the rise of still life, genre, and landscape painting. Cross-list: MDEM 378, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 578. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 378 and HART 578.
 

HART 379 - JAPANESE ART & ARCHITECTURE

Long Title: POST-1945 JAPANESE ART & ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course investigates post-1945 Japanese art and architecture, contextualized as part of the nation's modern history, and with a particular focus on the socially and politically turbulent decades of the 1950s and 60s. Using artistic collectivism as a methodology, the course examines a wide range of collaborations in visual art and architecture, as seen in exhibitions, performances, and publications. Cross-list: ARCH 371, ASIA 379, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 579. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 379 and HART 579.
 

HART 380 - SURVEY OF AMER FILM & CULTURE

Long Title: SURVEY OF AMERICAN FILM AND CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A course that explores the history of cinema in the U.S. from its origins to the present day. Cross-list: ENGL 373, FILM 373.
Course URL: http://www.english.rice.edu
 

HART 381 - COLLAGE AND ITS HISTORIES

Long Title: COLLAGE AND ITS HISTORIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class will explore the centrality of collage to the development of the 20th century art and film. Beginning with the seminal achievements of Picasso and Braque, we will examine works across geographical and medium boundaries, including Dada photomontage, early avant-garde film, 1960s happenings, and the reformulation of collage aesthetics in 1980s postmodernism. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 581. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 381 and HART 581.
 

HART 382 - MODALITIES OF CINEMA

Long Title: MODALITIES OF CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course we will survey the range of organizing principles in cinema - the differing and combative ways cinema arranges its images and sounds. We will look at classicism, modernism, postmodernism and many other modes. The films will range from early silent pictures, to experimental shorts, to commercial blockbusters. Cross-list: FILM 382.
 

HART 383 - GLOBAL CINEMA

Long Title: GLOBAL CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course introduces students to cinema as a global enterprise. It explores the relationship between nations, identities, races, concepts, and genres. It inquires into the question of globalization as it relates to the motion picture audience, corporations, and the commerce of ideas. Cross-list: FILM 383.
 

HART 385 - EUROPEAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS

Long Title: EUROPEAN WOMEN FILMMAKERS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Description: Filmmaking has celebrated its first hundred years. Women's contributions were significant and deserve to widen the film canon for all filmgoers. This course will concentrate on films by European women directors, taking into account aesthetic particularities, gender commitment, and post-feminist attempts. Importance will also be given to the contexts and conditions of women's film production. All films subtitled in English. Taught in English. Cross-list: GERM 321, HUMA 321, SWGS 358.
 

HART 386 - DADA

Long Title: DADA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Inaugurated against the calamitous backdrop of the First World War, "Dada," the artist Francis Picabia claimed, "smells of nothing, it is nothing, nothing, nothing." This seminar will examine the aesthetics of shock and nihilism (literally, 'nothingness'), developed by Dada in six cities: Zurich, Berlin, Colgne, Hannover, New York, and Paris. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 586. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 386 and HART 586.
 

HART 387 - HOLOCAUST MEMORY

Long Title: HOLOCAUST MEMORY IN MODERN GERMANY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3 TO 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course traces and examines forms of Holocaust memory and memorialization in film, literature, art, architecture, city planning, museums, and memorials in Germany. For an additional credit hour, students will participate in a week-long trip to Berlin. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: GERM 351.
 

HART 388 - POST WAR EUROPEAN CINEMA

Long Title: POST WAR EUROPEAN CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class surveys major developments in European cinema from the late 1940s to the late 1960s. Our study will include such movements as Italian Neorealism, German Rubble Films, French New Wave, and Soviet cinema in the Thaw. Particular attention will be paid to such issues as cinema and post-war reconstruction, memory and nation, and body and space. Cross-list: FILM 388, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 588. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 388 and HART 588.
 

HART 389 - FILM MELODRAMA

Long Title: FILM MELODRAMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Melodrama - the genre of tears, sensationalism and excess - has long been the focus of critical debates. Initially dismissed as mere escapism, melodrama films have begun to generate nuanced studies about their engagement with issues of gender, sexuality, class, and race. This seminar examines aesthetic, socio-political, and psychological dimensions of film melodrama, including historical works by Vidor, Sirk, Godard, and Fassbinder, as well as more recent projects by Haynes and Almodovar. Cross-list: FILM 389. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 389 and HART 589.
 

HART 390 - THEORIES OF VISUAL ARTS

Long Title: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE VISUAL ARTS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: Exploration of overlapping themes central in the history of art, using texts from Plato to post-modernism. Includes the use of biography, style, connoisseurship, quality, the social basis of art, theories of change in the arts, psychology, iconography, and the modernist canon and post-modern challenges to that canon, as well as race, gender, class, authorship, and audience.
 

HART 391 - MEMORY AND PLACE IN CINEMA

Long Title: PLACE AND MEMORY IN MIDDLE EASTERN AND EUROPEAN CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Focuses on cinematic explorations of and preoccupations with the notion of place. Screenings include iconic and lesser - known films from Europe and the Middle East that offer diverse lenses and contexts (love, family, landscapes, borders, trauma, exile) through which we will examine questions of real and imagined place and the politics of memory. Cross-list: ANTH 378, FILM 378, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 691. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 391 and HART 691.
 

HART 392 - LAT AMER ART/CINEMA SINCE 1960

Long Title: LATIN AMERICAN ART AND CINEMA SINCE 1960
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines the relationships between art and cinema in Latin America, providing an overview of key artists, movements, and films from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, and Mexico from 1960 to present. Sessions include weekly film screenings and focus on research and discussions about topics including globalization, mass media, reception, and the social, economic, and political contexts around artistic production. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 392 and HART 592.
 

HART 394 - SACRED ARTS SECULAR MODERNISM

Long Title: THE SACRED ARTS OF SECULAR MODERNISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course examines various representations of spirituality and the sacred in modernist & post modernist aesthetics, and their corresponding expressions in historical and contemporary museum practices. Special emphasis will be placed on the outstanding collections of the adjacent museum district, the Menil Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Cross-list: RELI 394.
 

HART 396 - MED HUMANITIES VISUAL CULTURES

Long Title: MEDICAL HUMANITIES VISUAL CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course we will examine literal and symbolic representations of the human body in order to explore the relations between the visuality of medicine, corporeality, subjectivity, and healing. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 397 - SPECIAL TOPICS - FIELD STUDY

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS: HART IN THE WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s):
Art History
Description: SUMMER 2016: HART IN THE WORLD: ROME, THE ETERNAL CITY. A first-hand exploration of Rome, from its earliest days to today. This course is taught on site in Rome. We will explore the layers of the city from its earliest days, through the Renaissance and up to Fascist redistricting and contemporary monuments. This is a Special Topics course with locations changing annually. Priority given to HART majors. Funding possibilities provided. Students must submit a 250-500 word application to hartintheworld@gmail.com by March 1. Contact john.hopkins@rice.edu for more information. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 697. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 397 and HART 697.
 

HART 398 - FROM EXPRESSIONISM TO FASCISM

Long Title: FROM EXPRESSIONISM TO FASCISM: ART AND FILM IN GERMANY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Focusing on the tumultuous years of the Weimar Republic, this class will examine art and film in Germany from the birth of Expressionism through the end of the Nazi dictatorship. Topics covered will include Expressionism, Dada, the Bauhaus, and Fascist aesthetics. Particular attention will be paid to the relations between aesthetics and politics and art and everyday life, all central concerns of the art and criticism of the period. Cross-list: GERM 339, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 596. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 398 and HART 596.
 

HART 399 - EXHIBITING SEXUALITIES

Long Title: EXHIBITING SEXUALITIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This class investigates how sexuality has been constructed, avoided, celebrated, and suppressed in museums. In addition to studying a genealogy of sexual display and spectatorship in museums, students will also do the work of collectors, curators, and critics of artistic, historical, and scientific displays of sex and sexuality. Cross-list: SWGS 321.
 

HART 400 - BAYOU BEND UG INTERNSHIP I

Long Title: BAYOU BEND UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP I
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Undergraduate Internship at Bayou Bend, the American Decorative Arts Center of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Must be a Jameson Fellowship recipient to enroll. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 603. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 400 and HART 603.
 

HART 401 - BAYOU BEND UG INTERNSHIP II

Long Title: BAYOU BEND UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP II
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Undergraduate Internship at Bayou Bend and The American Decorative Arts Center of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Must be a Jameson Fellowship recipient to enroll. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 604. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 401 and HART 604.
 

HART 402 - HONORS THESIS

Long Title: HONORS THESIS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Honors thesis project in art history. Students must receive permission of the department faculty prior to enrolling. For additional information, please see Honors Program in the Rice University General Announcements. Department Permission Required.
 

HART 403 - HONORS THESIS

Long Title: HONORS THESIS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Honors thesis project in art history. Students must receive permission of the department faculty prior to enrolling. For additional information, please see Honors Program in the Rice University General Announcements. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 406 - ICONOCLASMS

Long Title: ICONOCLASMS: THE DESTRUCION OF IMAGES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: With a focus on the modern period, this seminar will examine iconoclastic theory and practice from antiquity to the present. Why, we will ask, have people so incessantly felt compelled to ban or destroy images, and what can this compulsion tell us about the nature of visual representation itself? Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 606. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 406 and HART 606.
 

HART 407 - POP ART

Long Title: POP ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the history and significance of Pop art by looking in detail at three or four primary figures associated with the term; likely subjects include Andy Warhol, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Richard Hamilton, and others. Visits to local museum collections and attention to theoretical writings on art and mass culture are planned. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 607. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 407 and HART 607.
 

HART 410 - ARCHITECTURE AND DYNASTY

Long Title: ARCHITECTURE AND DYNASTY IN THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Nero is often remembered as the tyrannical emperor who let the city burn and gorged on ill-gotten luxury; his successors conceived as good emperors who built the Coliseum, Imperial Palace and the vast majority of Rome's remaining monuments. In this course you will question whether things were so straightforward. Cross-list: CLAS 417, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 510. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 410 and HART 510.
 

HART 411 - BRAZILIAN VISUAL CULTURE

Long Title: BRAZILLIAN VISUAL CULTURE: FILM AND ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course we will study Brazilian cinema and visual arts in the 20th century. We will discuss Brazilian history and how filmmakers and artists responded to the changing national culture from dictatorship to democracy, and including issues of class, geography, and race. The course will be taught in English. Cross-list: SPAN 408.
 

HART 412 - ADV SEMINAR IN ARCHITECTURE

Long Title: ADVANCED SEMINAR IN ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Small, focused, advanced discussion, workshop and/or design based courses on topics of recent research in architecture, delivered by RSA full time or visiting faculty. This seminar is open to RSA undergraduate students junior-level and above, and RSA graduate students. Students from other departments may enroll in the course with instructor permission. See the RSA website for more information: arch.rice.edu/courses. Cross-list: ARCH 412, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 612. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 412 and HART 612. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 413 - MURDER AND MODERNISM

Long Title: MURDER AND MODERNISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: "Murder, George Orwell lamented in his 1946 essay "Decline of the English Murder," isn't what it used to be. Unlike what he calls "our great period in murder" - roughly 1850 to the beginning of the Second World War - contemporary murder has lost it aesthetic appeal. "There is," he writes, "no depth of feeling in it." This class will examine the modernist fascination with murder, asking not only why it became a topic of such particular interest to artists, writers, and filmmakers during this time, but what it can tell us about modernist aesthetics more broadly." Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 507. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 413 and HART 507.
 

HART 420 - EUROPE & THE ISLAMIC WORLD

Long Title: ARTISTIC ENCOUNTERS: EUROPE AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD IN THE EARLY MODERN AND MODERN PERIODS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This seminar aims to assess the mutual impact of the visual cultures of Europe and the Islamic world through history. Focusing on 15th-19th-century material including architecture, painting, photography, textiles, and sartorial fashion, it examines channels of interaction, forms of influence, and modes of representation in aesthetic, cultural, philosophical, and political terms, and in light of concurrent theoretical debates.
 

HART 430 - THE GROTESQUE

Long Title: THE GROTESQUE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines the grotesque in literature and art. It covers a variety of textual and visual sources across periods; theoretical materials will include works from literary studies, visual culture, art history, critical theory and aesthetics. Cross-list: ENGL 438.
Course URL: http://www.english.rice.edu
 

HART 431 - ARCH OF GOTHIC CATHEDRAL

Long Title: ARCHITECTURE OF THE GOTHIC CATHEDRAL FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course will focus on one of the most important contributions to the history of western architecture-- the Gothic cathedral. The course will approach the material from a number of different perspectives--the formal and technical development of Gothic architecture; the Medieval architect and the design of Gothic buildings, the social, economic, and political history of "big church" building in the Middle Ages; Gothic architecture as experience and metaphor; and the afterlife of the Gothic cathedral from Vasari to the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. Cross-list: MDEM 431.
 

HART 433 - THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY

Long Title: THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY AND THE ANGLO-NORMAN WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course focuses on the most important secular work from the middle ages - a 230 foot long embroidery depicting the Battle of Hastings. This is a team-taught course that will examine both visual narrative of the tapestry and literary narrative in works such as the "Chanson de Roland," and the "Lais" and "Fables of Marie de France." Cross-list: FREN 433, MDEM 433, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 533. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 433 and HART 533.
 

HART 434 - SEEING SEX IN EUROPEAN ART

Long Title: SEEING SEX IN EUROPEAN ART, 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine the visual history of sexuality from 1400-1700. It will explore how imagery structured sexual desire; the role of erotic sacred art; the rise of pornography; the intersection of spatial topography and sexuality; the linkage of licit and illicit sexualities; and the sexuality of artist and patrons. Cross-list: MDEM 434, SWGS 434, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 534. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 434 and HART 534.
 

HART 435 - MULTICULTURAL EUROPE,1400-1700

Long Title: MULTICULTURAL EUROPE, 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The art of Europe was never the product of a single culture working in isolation. This seminar will explore the multicultural aspects of medieval and early modern Europe by focusing on the visual culture of groups who defined themselves or are today defined by nationality, race, or religion. Cross-list: HIST 443, MDEM 435, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 535. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 435 and HART 535.
 

HART 437 - MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE

Long Title: VISUAL CULTURE OF MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 3 TO 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores the rich visual culture associated with medieval pilgrimage between the 4th and 15th centuries. The experience of pilgrimage was shaped by symbols, images, and places encountered along the routes to sites of sacred significance, especially the Jerusalem, Rome, Santiago, and Canterbury. We will examine the theological, practical, visual, and experiential aspects of pilgrimage in Western Europe and the Holy Land as understood through material culture. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: FREN 437, MDEM 437, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 537. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Completion of one 300-level course or Permission of Instructor. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 437 and HART 537.
 

HART 440 - ISSUES IN HISTORY OF PRINTS

Long Title: ISSUES IN THE HISTORY OF PRINTS, PRE-MODERN TO PRESENT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: With their distinctive technical, social, and commercial associations, prints are often sidelined in traditional art histories. This course will introduce recent scholarship on the multiple image from the late middle ages to the present, with stress on the transformations of printmaking from the development of photography into our digital age. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 640. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 440 and HART 640.
 

HART 450 - EARLY MODERN ART

Long Title: EARLY MODERN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course introduces the major developments, key figures and works of early modernism, a trajectory whose beginnings are now generally located in the late-nineteenth century. Covering a period from roughly 1900 - 1945, we will trace Modernism's unfolding in the avant-garde practices of the first three decades of the 20th century, as well as the first anti-modernist critiques, ending with Modernism's eventual destruction in the authoritarian politics of the 1930s, World War II, and the Holocaust.
 

HART 451 - MODELS OF ABSTRACTION

Long Title: MODELS OF ABSTRACTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine a range of different models of abstract painting and sculpture as they appear throughout the twentieth century. Looking closely at the historical contexts that gave rise to abstraction particular attention will be paid to how apparently similar forms of abstraction can denote very different kinds of meaning. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 551. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 451 and HART 551.
 

HART 452 - MANET(S) AND MODERNISM(S)

Long Title: MANET(S) AND MODERNISM(S)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers the pivotal figure of Edouard Manet. Combining a study of paintings from throughout his career, with close readings of primary sources, we will assess the key aspects of his style and subject matter. We will also consider art historical to his work and relationship to modernity. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 552. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 452 and HART 552.
 

HART 454 - THE ETHNOGRAPHER AS ARTIST

Long Title: THE ARTIST AS ETHNOGRAPHER - THE ETHNOGRAPHER AS ARTIST
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course will examine the intersections between the historical avant-garde, contemporary art, and anthropology. Developing on the so-called "ethnographic turn" within contemporary art - what Hal Foster has famously termed "the artist as ethnographer" - we will look at the way that this tendency within artistic production has doubled back onto the field of anthropology, leading to what could be called "the ethnographer as artist." Particular attention will be paid to the role of the art museum and international art exhibitions. Cross-list: ANTH 454.
 

HART 457 - VIDEO AND EXPANDED CINEMA

Long Title: VIDEO AND EXPANDED CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores the emergence of video and "expanded cinema" as a primary field of artistic practice over the course of the 1960s and 1970s. We will examine seminal works by artists including Andy Warhol, Dan Graham, and Robert Whitman as well as the shifting aesthetic, political, and media landscapes in which this work emerged. Cross-list: FILM 455, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 557. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 457 and HART 557.
 

HART 460 - MASS CULTURE & THE AVANT-GARDE

Long Title: MASS CULTURE & THE AVANT-GARDE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore the close relationship between mass culture and avant-garde art from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. In particular, we will examine how artists have both borrowed from and reacted against mass cultural forms--from comic books to television--as a means to renew their practice. Artists to be considered include Gustave Courbet, Pablo Picasso, Kurt Schwitters, Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman and others. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 564. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 460 and HART 564.
 

HART 461 - ART OF THE 60s AND 70s

Long Title: ART OF THE 60s AND 70s
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: By all accounts the 1960s and 1970s marked one of the most vibrant, experimental, audacious, and - above all - contentious periods in the history of avant-garde modernism. This seminar will examine the momentous shift from the international dominance of American Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s to a wide array of global counter-movements in the 1960s and 70s. Possible topics include: Happenings, Minimalism, Fluxus, Conceptualism, Nouveau Realisme, Body Art, Structuralist Film, Gutai, Light and Space, Noeconretism, Arte Povera, The Situationist International, etc. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 559. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 461 and HART 559.
 

HART 463 - PRACTICING UTOPIA

Long Title: PRACTICING UTOPIA: ARCHITECTURE, EUGENICS AND THE MODERN LATIN CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore the alliance between aesthetics, science, and ideology at the core of French and Latin American modernism. Focusing on early twentieth-century scientific and cultural dialogues between France and Latin America, this seminar will have as main territories of exploration: Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Havana, and Caracas. Cross-list: ARCH 452, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 563. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 463 and HART 563.
 

HART 465 - LATIN AMER BODIES:ON MODERNISM

Long Title: LATIN AMERICAN BODIES: ON MODERNISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine theories and practices of modernism and modernization within Latin America-Europe Dialogues. Designed as a laboratory of ideas and forms, this seminar will probe critical perspectives on art and architecture’s relation to society and science. Each week, we will examine a theorist, an artist, and an architect. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 566. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 465 and HART 566.
 

HART 467 - NATURE IN-VITRO

Long Title: NATURE IN-VITRO: BODIES, GARDENS AND BUILT FORMS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers theories and narratives of nature in the crafting of modern and contemporary art and architecture in the Americas. We will travel from Humboldt's re-imagined geographies, Jean-Baptiste Lamark's re-formulated notions of milieu, and Xavier Bichat's re-conceptualized human body to 20th century earthworks and current obsessions with ecology and sustainability. Cross-list: ARCH 462, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 567. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 467 and HART 567.
 

HART 480 - SEMINAR ON FILM AUTHORSHIP

Long Title: SEMINAR ON FILM AUTHORSHIP: THE NEW HOLLYWOOD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Description: This seminar covers the concept of authorship in Hollywood cinema since 1968. Filmmakers include Francis Ford Coppola, David Lynch, The Coen Brothers, and Charlie Kaufman. Cross-list: ARTS 435, FILM 435.
 

HART 481 - AUTEUR FILM

Long Title: AUTEUR FILM: CASE STUDIES OF THREE AUTEURS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will explore the tradition of auteur filmmaking, with an emphasis on how this particular artistic mode situates itself within the evolving system of Hollywood institutional film. The auteur, in contrast to other filmmakers, exhibits unparalleled control over the production and post-production processes and is uniquely identifiable through the notable conventions of aesthetics, style, theme, content, atmosphere, etc. FILM 485/HART 481 ( 4 Credit Hours ) will require completion of additional coursework for the additional credit than the FILM 285/HART 283 (3 Credit Hours). Credit may not be received for more than one of FILM 285 or FILM 485 or Hart 283 or HART 481. Cross-list: FILM 485, Equivalency: HART 283. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 481 and HART 283.
 

HART 482 - CAESAR'S PALACE

Long Title: CAESAR'S PALACE: AUTHOR(ITY) AND MEANING IN THE ROMAN IMPERIAL RESIDENCE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Described as both a “Hall of Despotism” and a “Citadel of Majesty,” the palace of the Roman emperors is one of the great enigmas of antiquity. Its vast remains (larger than Versailles) are relatively well preserved, but it is poorly understood as part of the concept of emperorship. In this course we will examine the palace within the context of Imperial Roman art and politics; then we will dissect its meaning(s), the intentions of those who created it, and generally deconstruct it, brick by brick, to question agency and spatial experience from a macro-historical perspective. Cross-list: CLAS 482, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 582. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 482 and HART 582.
 

HART 485 - GENDER AND HOLLYWOOD 1950'S

Long Title: GENDER AND HOLLYWOOD CINEMA IN THE 1950'S
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: This course examines representations of gendered subjectivity in Hollywood cinema during the 1950s. Some of the topics to be addressed include the uneasy relationship between normative domesticity and heterosexual masculinity, issues of voyeurism, and eroticism, and the ongoing conflict between liberated individualism and social conformity in corporate culture and bourgeois society. Cross-list: SWGS 485.
 

HART 486 - STUDIES IN FILM

Long Title: STUDIES IN FILM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: Topics will vary from year to year.
 

HART 487 - LITERATURE, ART & COLONIALITY

Long Title: LITERATURE, ART AND COLONIALITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Distribution Group: Distribution Group I
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This is the undergraduate senior version of the graduate level seminar FREN/HART 587. Both the course's reading list and the length of the research are adjusted to accommodate undergraduate needs. Cross-list: FREN 487, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 587. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 487 and HART 587.
 

HART 493 - WALTER BENJAMIN

Long Title: WALTER BENJAMIN, MEDIA & MODERNITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the key theoretical writings on media and modernity by Walter Benjamin, one of the first twentieth-century critics to place new forms of visual experience and technology at the center of his understanding of modern life. The course will pay particular attention to Benjamin's writings on urbanism, film and photography, and the ways in which these relate to avant-garde practices such as Dada, Surrealism, and New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit). Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 593. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 493 and HART 593.
 

HART 494 - CONTEMP EAST ASIAN ART & ARCH

Long Title: MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY EAST ASIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines modern and contemporary art and architecture in East Asia (primarily Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) and examines them transnationally, chronologically (beginning in 19th century up to present day) and thematically, focusing on topics such as tradition, modernity, exhibitions, nationalism, the avant-garde, and globalization. Cross-list: ARCH 484, ASIA 484.
 

HART 498 - SPECIAL TOPICS

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS IN ART THEORY AND CRITICISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Independent study, reading, or special research in art history. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 500 - INTERNSHIP PROGRAM I

Long Title: INTERNSHIP PROGRAM I
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 1 TO 15
Description: Graduate level course that will provide select students a practicum in museum work accompanied by an introduction to a history of museums, including varieties of museums, their role in society, and significant issues in museums today. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 501 - MUSEUM INTERNSHIP

Long Title: INTERNSHIP PROGRAM II
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 1 TO 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate credit for work as museum intern at a variety of museums. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 503 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (SPRING)

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY (SPRING)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Research
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate research paper. Must take HART 502 and HART 503 to receive credit.
 

HART 504 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3 TO 6
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate independent study, reading and research on variable topics. Instructor Permission Required. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 506 - HISTORY & THEORY III 1890-1968

Long Title: HISTORY AND THEORY III - 1890-1968
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Prerequisite(s): ARCH 345 OR HART 345 OR ARCH 645 OR HART 645
Description: This course surveys the history and theory of architecture and urbanism between 1890 and 1968, tracing the critical shifts in architectural thought and practice that inaugurated, constituted, and questioned architectural modernism. In particular, the course considers the development of architectural knowledge as the field engaged and contributed to the great social, political, cultural, and technological changes of the period. Organized around a series of significant case studies considered particular designed responses to their material, intellectual, and sociopolitical context, the course elucidates the influence of contingent conditions on architectural design, but emphasizes the designer's efforts to reinforce, reform, or transform those conditions. The course charts the ongoing attempt to account for this activity historically and theoretically and the operative role of these accounts both during the period and subsequently. Cross-list: ARCH 646.
 

HART 507 - MURDER AND MODERNISM

Long Title: MURDER AND MODERNISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: "Murder, George Orwell lamented in his 1946 essay "Decline of the English Murder," isn't what it used to be. Unlike what he calls "our great period in murder" - roughly 1850 to the beginning of the Second World War - contemporary murder has lost it aesthetic appeal. "There is," he writes, "no depth of feeling in it." This class will examine the modernist fascination with murder, asking not only why it became a topic of such particular interest to artists, writers, and filmmakers during this time, but what it can tell us about modernist aesthetics more broadly." Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 413. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 507 and HART 413.
 

HART 508 - LIVING IN THE CITY

Long Title: LIVING IN THE CITY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Seminar combines primary and secondary sources to explore the urban experiences of Ottoman men and women in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Looking at several cities including Istanbul, Izmir, Salonika, Damascus, Aleppo and Alexandria, we will discuss such issues as neighborhood and community life, public spaces and recreational culture perceptions of space, urban institutions, Muslim and non-Muslim relations, migration and marginality, violence and death. Reading knowledge of French and /or Turkish helpful but not necessary. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 518, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 308. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 508 and HART 308.
 

HART 509 - THE DAWN OF ROME

Long Title: THE DAWN OF ROME: GENERATING THE URBAN, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL LIFE OF THE ETERNAL CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course you will uncover the roots of the Eternal City, Rome. Through analysis of archaeological remains, art historical methodologies and theories of social space, intentionality, structuration and agency, you will question how and why Rome became a city and a culture the reshaped the world. The course will focus on the first 500 years of Roman art and society, ca. 800-300 BCE, looking closely at the kingship of Rome, the genesis of the Roman Republic, and the ability to understand a distant culture through artistic manufacture, materiality and philosophical shift. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of this class in addition to writing a substantial research paper at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 309. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 509 and HART 309.
 

HART 510 - ARCHITECTURE AND DYNASTY

Long Title: ARCHITECTURE AND DYNASTY IN THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Nero is often remembered as the tyrannical emperor who let the city burn and gorged on ill-gotten luxury; his successors conceived as good emperors who built the Coliseum, Imperial Palace and the vast majority of Rome's remaining monuments. In this course you will question whether things were so straightforward. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 410. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 510 and HART 410.
 

HART 511 - ANCIENT NEAR EAST

Long Title: ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An in-depth examination of the art and archaeology of ancient Mesopotamia, Syria, Anatolia and Persia. Beginning in The Neolithic period, we will examine the development of Near Eastern art and architecture through the study of ancient sites and their associated material culture. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 311. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 511 and HART 311.
 

HART 513 - THE HELLENISTIC AGE

Long Title: THE HELLENISTIC AGE: ALEXANDER TO AUGUSTUS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: We examine the art, architecture, and cultural history of the Hellenistic Age, from Alexander the Great (d. 323 BC) until the death of Cleopatra (31 BC). During this period a brilliant Greek-based culture developed from the Mediterranean to the Indus Valley, transforming Greeks, Persians, Jews, Romans and many others. Graduate students will be assigned additional readings and a research paper will be due at the end of the semester.
 

HART 515 - OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Long Title: OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This graduate seminar examines different approaches to study of modernity and modernization in the Ottoman Empire from the onset of the Tanzimat reforms in 1839 until after WWI and the empire's demise. By engaging equally the social and spatial dimensions of the major societies, including Istanbul, Damascus, Beirut, Cairo, and Izmir we will explore the various meanings of modernity and modernization as these reflect at the urban architectural scales, in urban life, in localized discourses on the city, through such emerging institutions as the museum, and the context of expanding migration and global works.
 

HART 516 - CITY AND FESTIVAL

Long Title: CITY & FESTIVAL: CULT PRACTICES & THE ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTION IN THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Description: How do social events, festivals, cult practices, public spectacles shape a city? The course will explore what makes a city in the first place, and attempt to make sense of the fragmentary archaeological evidence from the ancient Greco-Roman world in understanding, reconstructing cities. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester.
 

HART 518 - LITERATURE AND VISUAL ART

Long Title: LITERATURE AND VISUAL ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines the relationship between literature and visual art. It covers a variety of textual and visual sources; theoretical materials will include works from literary studies, visual culture, art history, critical theory and aesthetics. Cross-list: ENGL 525. Repeatable for Credit.
Course URL: http://www.english.rice.edu
 

HART 520 - ISTANBUL: IMPERIAL CITY

Long Title: ISTANBUL - LIFE OF AN IMPERIAL CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Description: Graduate Equivalent of HART 220. Additional requirements will include 3 - 7 to 8 page papers. These will include limited research, based on bibliography. The 3 papers will be in lieu of the 1 hours midterm and 1 hour final tests required for the 200 class. Cross-list: ARCH 520.
 

HART 521 - ISTANBUL IMPERIAL CITY

Long Title: IMPERIAL CITY: ISTANBUL 1453-1922
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This thematic seminar examines significant historical moments in the architectural and urban cultural of the Ottoman imperial capital from the moment it was conquered until the demise of the Ottoman Empire. Weekly readings and discussions will cover a range of topics including building patronage, architectural decorum, the Byzantine legacy, artistic relations with Persia, India and Europe, cultural pluralism, neighborhood and public life, law and urban order, modernity and modernization. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these reading to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 521, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 321. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 521 and HART 321.
 

HART 522 - JERUSALEM TO ISFAHAN

Long Title: FERUSALEM TO ISFAHAN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A seminar on key topics of the study of visual cultures in the medieval and early modern Muslim world focused on specific works of art. Politics of architectural patronage, dissemination of visual languages, calligraphy, "ornament" and figural representation in Islam, cross-cultural exchanges and trans-religious iconographies are among the topics discussed. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these reading to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 522, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 322. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 522 and HART 322.
 

HART 523 - THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD

Long Title: THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate seminar focused on significant moments of the history of cultural exchanges around the Mediterranean. Explores questions of reception, adoption and adaptation of artistic and architectural vocabularies, shifting secular and religious iconographic meanings, circulation of aesthetics and channels of exchange form the vantage point of medieval and early modern Muslim empires.
 

HART 525 - LOOKING AT PRINTS 1400-1700

Long Title: LOOKING AT PRINTS 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The class has several goals: to gain a thorough historical understanding of prints by major masters as Schongauer, Mantegna, Durer, and Rembrandt as well as more popular prints, explore key issues in the study of prints, such as how they revolutionized European culture, their patronage, markets, functions, and techniques; and to examine the prints first-hand. Graduate students are expected to complete all the requirements in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 333. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 525 and HART 333.
 

HART 526 - BRAZIL BUILT

Long Title: BRAZIL BUILT: THE CLINIC, THE TROPICAL AND THE AESTHETIC
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: From Brazil Builds, MOMA's 1943 celebrated exhibition to Brasilia, the supermodern capital created ex-nihilo in the middle of nowhere, to today's worldwide attention on Brail, this seminar examines the built environment - natural and architectural - as the main transmitter of modernism in Brazil. This is a seminar on Brazilian modernism and its discontents. Cross-list: ARCH 515, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 310. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 526 and HART 310.
 

HART 528 - MIDDLE EASTERN CITIES

Long Title: MIDDLE EASTERN CITIES - SPACE, MODERNITY AND MEMORY (1840-1945)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar engages in debates about urban modernity focusing on three cities Istanbul, Cairo and Beirut. We examine these cities during the period of rapid modernization brought about by the Ottoman reforms of the 1840s and their post-Ottoman period. We will explore innovative methodologies to the study of Mediterranean cities by reflecting on the everyday life, the multiplicity of processes inherent to the shaping of urban space, questions of identities and concepts of citizenry, and the tensions playing out in the making of a modern urban order. Cross-list: ARCH 528.
 

HART 529 - STREETS AND URBAN LIFE

Long Title: STREETS AND URBAN LIFE: PARIS TO ISTANBUL
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 529, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 329. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 529 and HART 329.
 

HART 530 - EARLY MEDIEVAL ART

Long Title: EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 330. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 530 and HART 330.
 

HART 531 - GOTHIC ART

Long Title: GOTHIC ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 331. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 531 and HART 331.
 

HART 532 - ART OF THE COURTS

Long Title: ART OF THE COURTS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 332. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 532 and HART 332.
 

HART 533 - THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY

Long Title: THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY AND THE ANGLO-NORMAN WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course focuses on the most important secular work from the middle ages - a 230 foot long embroidery depicting the Battle of Hastings. This is a team-taught course that will examine both visual narrative of the tapestry and literary narrative in works such as the "Chanson de Roland," and the "Lais" and "Fables of Marie de France." All graduates will meet on a regular basis outside of the weekly class to discuss readings; must keep an annotated bibliography of all additional readings; will be assigned to lead a discussion on topic of their research; and must complete a substantial research paper. Cross-list: FREN 533, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 433. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 533 and HART 433.
 

HART 534 - SEEING SEX IN EUROPEAN ART

Long Title: SEEING SEX IN EUROPEAN ART, 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: SWGS 534, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 434. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 534 and HART 434.
 

HART 535 - MULTICULTURAL EUROPE,1400-1700

Long Title: MULTICULTURAL EUROPE, 1400-1700
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: The art of Europe was never the product of a single culture working in isolation. This seminar will explore the multicultural aspects of medieval and early modern Europe by focusing on the visual culture of groups who defined themselves or are today defined by nationality, race, or religion. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all the readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional two or three weeks to discuss the interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 435. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 535 and HART 435.
 

HART 536 - CINEMA AND THE CITY

Long Title: CINEMA AND THE CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 336. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 536 and HART 336.
 

HART 537 - MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE

Long Title: VISUAL CULTURE OF MEDIEVAL PILGRIMAGE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3 TO 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores the rich visual culture associated with medieval pilgrimage between the 4th and 15th centuries. The experience of pilgrimage was shaped by symbols, images, and places encountered along the routes to sites of sacred significance, especially the Jerusalem, Rome, Santiago, and Canterbury. We will examine the theological, practical, visual, and experiential aspects of pilgrimage in Western Europe and the Holy Land as understood through material culture. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional hour every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 437. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 537 and HART 437.
 

HART 538 - RENAISSANCE GOTHIC ARCHITECTR

Long Title: RENAISSANCE GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the architecture constructed in northern Europe between 1450 and 1550 bridging the gap between the end of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. The ambiguous term of "Renaissance Gothic" has been coined to describe a form of architecture that straddles two fundamentally different periods with radically different approaches to the meaning, function and form of architecture. We will explore why and how Gothic architecture, the dominant style of church building for almost 350 years, was abandoned in favor of a new imported form.
 

HART 539 - AMERICAN ART: 1620-1800

Long Title: AMERICAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE I: 1620-1800
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Painting, architecture, urban design, and the decorative arts in the colonies and early United States. Highlights will include design at Monticello and Mount Vernon; the portraiture of John Singleton Copley; Georgian and Federal-period architecture in Boston, New York, Williamsburg, and Philadelphia; and Spanish and Dutch colonial art and architecture. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 339. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 539 and HART 339.
 

HART 540 - ARTS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN

Long Title: ADVANCED STUDY IN MUSEUMS AND HERITAGE: ARTS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN AT THE MENIL COLLECTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An introduction to issues specific to the acquisition, collection maintenance, display and publication of arts from the ancient Mediterranean, and to the civic engagement and operation of a small, important collection, specifically the Menil collection. Additionally, graduate students will engage in directed research on artifacts using archival records, library resources and the objects themselves. Cross-list: HURC 508, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 312. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 540 and HART 312.
 

HART 541 - EARLY RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY

Long Title: EARLY RENAISSANCE ART IN ITALY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of Italian art and architecture from Giotto to Botticelli, with emphasis on painting and sculpture in the 15th century. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 341. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 541 and HART 341.
 

HART 542 - HIGH RENAISSN&MANNERISM ITALY

Long Title: THE HIGH RENAISSANCE AND MANNERISM IN ITALY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of the High Renaissance, with emphasis on its leading masters (e.g., Leonardo, Raphael, Bramante, Michelangelo, and Titian). Includes a study of mannerism, the stylish art produced after the first quarter of the 16th century. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in additional to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 342. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 542 and HART 342.
 

HART 543 - MASTERS OF THE BAROQUE ERA

Long Title: MASTERS OF THE BAROQUE ERA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Study of the works of the greatest painters and sculptors in Europe during the Baroque period. Includes Rembrandt, Rubens, Caravaggio, Poussin, Claude, and Velazquez. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideals associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 343. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 543 and HART 343.
 

HART 545 - HISTORY & THEORY I (INTRO)

Long Title: HISTORY & THEORY I (INTRODUCTION)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This introductory course exposes student's issues and debates that have driven architects and theorists from the early twentieth century to the present. The course is structured around a sequence of fourteen themes that have recurred as major issues throughout architectural history. Focusing on topics, ranging from representation, to media, to politics, urbanity, or the environment, teach theme is presented as a debate between differing viewpoints, in order to expose the positions that have motivated both theory and practice. In weekly discussion sections, we will be analyzing buildings and discussing canonical texts. These sections provide opportunities for students to develop their own positions on the issues debated, and to refine their ability to make arguments. Cross-list: ARCH 525, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 225. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 545 and HART 225.
 

HART 546 - PICASSO, POLLOCK, WARHOL

Long Title: PICASSO, POLLOCK, WARHOL
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will look in detail at three of the twentieth century's most important artists: Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Andy Warhol. Our central focus in doing so will be painting, in particular, the means by which these three artists tested, expanded or even "destroyed" the medium. What did it mean to make (or reject) painting in 1910, 1950, and 1965? Special attention will be paid to recent scholarly literature and close looking at works in local collections. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 334. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 546 and HART 334.
 

HART 547 - CONSTABLE AND TURNER

Long Title: CONSTABLE AND TURNER
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore critical issues surrounding the careers of John Constable and J.M.W. Turner, arguably the greatest landscape painters of the early 19th century. We will look at both similarities and differences in the work of these two rivals, while considering their work in the context of great historical change in England. Graduate students will be required to do additional reading in addition to those already assigned. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 357. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 547 and HART 357.
 

HART 548 - TRENDS IN CUBAN CULTURE

Long Title: A REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY CUBAN CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Research
Credit Hours: 1
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This research seminar will explore contemporary trends in Cuban culture through literary texts, films, music and works of art. We will examine the ways in which politics and the practices of artistic representation intersect in post-revolutionary Cuba. A research trip to Cuba has been organized as part of this seminar. This course is taught in Spanish. Graduate students will be required to complete all the requirements for the course in addition to writing a substantial research paper at the end of the semester. This is the credit for the actual trip to Cuba. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 348. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 548 and HART 348.
 

HART 549 - TECHNICAL ART HISTORY

Long Title: TECHNICAL ART HISTORY: STUDYING THE TECHNIQUES OF WESTERN PAINTING, 13TH-20TH CENTURIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Art historians, especially in the United States, tend to rely on photographs, but a study of the actual object is invaluable in studying works of art. This course aims to inform students about the technical study of art, which in the last fifty years has become a major field of research. Most classes will be held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, or other Houston collections. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 307. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 549 and HART 307.
 

HART 550 - 18TH CENTURY EUROPEAN ART

Long Title: EIGHTEENTH CENTURY EUROPEAN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course considers the painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative and graphic arts of the 1700s in relation to important social and ideological developments of the period. These include the decline of traditional patronage, the rising idea of an art public, and the spread of skeptical attitudes about received authority. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 320. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 550 and HART 320.
 

HART 551 - MODELS OF ABSTRACTION

Long Title: MODELS OF ABSTRACTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine a range of different models of abstract painting and sculpture as they appear throughout the twentieth century. Looking closely at the historical contexts that gave rise to abstraction particular attention will be paid to how apparently similar forms of abstraction can denote very different kinds of meaning. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 451. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 551 and HART 451.
 

HART 552 - MANET(S) AND MODERNISM(S)

Long Title: MANET(S) AND MODERNISM(S)
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers the pivotal figure of Edouard Manet. Combining a study of paintings from throughout his career, with close readings of primary sources, we will assess the key aspects of his style and subject matter. We will also consider art historical to his work and relationship to modernity. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideals associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 452. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 552 and HART 452.
 

HART 553 - NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART

Long Title: NORTHERN RENAISSANCE ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 340. Credit cannot be earned for HART 553 and HART 340.
 

HART 554 - AGE OF ROMANTICISM IN EUROPE

Long Title: AGE OF ROMANTICISM IN EUROPE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will consider the emergence and flourishing of Romanticism in the visual arts in Europe. We will consider artists from France, Germany and Britain, including Eugene Delacroix, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable and Caspar David Friedrich. We will combine study of paintings with readings of contemporaneous philosophers and writers, including Hegel and Byron. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 354. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 554 and HART 354.
 

HART 555 - JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID:REVOLUTION

Long Title: JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID: REVOLUTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 355. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 555 and HART 355.
 

HART 557 - VIDEO AND EXPANDED CINEMA

Long Title: VIDEO AND EXPANDED CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar explores the emergence of video and "expanded cinema" as a primary field of artistic practice over the course of the 1960s and 1970s. We will examine seminal works by artists including Andy Warhol, Dan Graham, and Robert Whitman as well as the shifting aesthetic, political, and media landscapes in which this work emerged. For each lecture, Graduate students will be assigned readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all the readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional two or three weeks to discuss the interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 457. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 557 and HART 457.
 

HART 558 - IMPRESSIONISM/POST-IMP

Long Title: IMPRESSIONISM AND POST-IMPRESSIONISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class will explore painting in France from approximately 1865 to 1900. Mixing lectures and classroom discussion, we will focus on individual artists including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, Georges Seurat, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul Czanne. We will also consider and discuss a set of critical issues surrounding these painters, including the politics of gender and class within the changing urban setting of Paris. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in additional to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 358. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 558 and HART 358.
 

HART 559 - ART OF THE 60s AND 70s

Long Title: ART OF THE 60s AND 70s
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: By all accounts the 1960s and 1970s marked one of the most vibrant, experimental, audacious, and - above all - contentious periods in the history of avant-garde modernism. This seminar will examine the momentous shift from the international dominance of American Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s to a wide array of global counter-movements in the 1960s and 70s. Possible topics include: Happenings, Minimalism, Fluxus, Conceptualism, Nouveau Realisme, Body Art, Structuralist Film, Gutai, Light and Space, Noeconretism, Arte Povera, The Situationist International, etc. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 461. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 559 and HART 461.
 

HART 560 - AMER ARCH & DECOR ARTS 1900

Long Title: AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATIVE ARTS BEFORE 1900
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Major topics will include the furniture styles of early America, the architecture of colonial cities, the life, thought, and architectural ideas of Thomas Jefferson, urban design and building projects in Washington, D.C., and other U.S. cities, and domestic life and interior design in 19th century America. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 560, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 360. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 560 and HART 360.
 

HART 563 - PRACTICING UTOPIA

Long Title: PRACTICING UTOPIA: ARCHITECTURE, EUGENICS AND THE MODERN LATIN CITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore the alliance between aesthetics, science, and ideology at the core of French and Latin American modernism. Focusing on early twentieth-century scientific and cultural dialogues between France and Latin America, this seminar will have as main territories of exploration: Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Havana, and Caracas. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 463. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 563 and HART 463.
 

HART 564 - MASS CULTURE & THE AVANT-GARDE

Long Title: MASS CULTURE & THE AVANT-GARDE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will explore the close relationship between mass culture and avant-garde art from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. In particular, we will examine how artists have both borrowed from and reacted against mass cultural forms--from comic books to television--as a means to renew their practice. Artists to be considered include Gustave Courbet, Pablo Picasso, Kurt Schwitters, Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman and others. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideals associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 460. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 564 and HART 460.
 

HART 565 - TRENDS IN CUBAN CULTURE

Long Title: A REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN: TRENDS IN CONTEMPORARY CUBAN CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This research seminar will explore contemporary trends in Cuban culture through literary texts, films, music and works of art. We will examine the ways in which politics and the practices of artistic representation intersect in post-revolutionary Cuba. A research trip to Cuba has been organized as part of this seminar. Course taught in Spanish. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the course in addition to writing a research paper at the end of the semester. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 304. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 565 and HART 304.
 

HART 566 - LATIN AMER BODIES:ON MODERNISM

Long Title: LATIN AMERICAN BODIES: ON MODERNISM
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine theories and practices of modernism and modernization within Latin America-Europe Dialogues. Designed as a laboratory of ideas and forms, this seminar will probe critical perspectives on art and architecture’s relation to society and science. Each week, we will examine a theorist, an artist, and an architect. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 465. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 566 and HART 465.
 

HART 567 - NATURE IN-VITRO

Long Title: NATURE IN-VITRO: BODIES, GARDENS AND BUILT FORMS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers theories and narratives of nature in the crafting of modern and contemporary art and architecture in the Americas. We will travel from Humboldt's re-imagined geographies, Jean-Baptiste Lamark's re-formulated notions of milieu, and Xavier Bichat's re-conceptualized human body to 20th century earthworks and current obsessions with ecology and sustainability. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 467. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 567 and HART 467.
 

HART 568 - ART, ARCHITECTURE AND NATURE

Long Title: FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE SUSTAINABLE: ART, ARCHITECUTRE AND NATURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar considers theories and narratives of nature in the crafting of modern and contemporary art and architecture in the Americas. Artists and architects will include Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Rogelio Salmona (Colombia); Ana Mendieta, Ricardo Porro (Cuba); Ana Maria Tavaraes, Lina Bo Bardi (Brazil); Mark Dion and Buckminster Fuller (USA). For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 302. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 568 and HART 302.
 

HART 569 - REDEFINING CLASSICAL ART HIST

Long Title: (RE)DEFINING (CLASSICAL) ART HISTORY: DIVISION, CONNECTIVITY AND SHIFT IN THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: For 500 years scholars have cleaved Roman and Greek art from one another in order to define the heart of antiquity. The scholarship that created such division is the very scholarship that created the discipline of Art History and redefined it through iconographical, social historical and broadly theoretical analysis: Windelmann, Droysen, Brendel, Deleuze, Gell. In this seminar, we will question the disciplinary paradigm. Looking at art from around the Mediterranean and reading the very scholarship that has both created these definitions and questioned them, we will work toward a new way of conceiving the art of the Ancient Mediterranean world. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 369. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 569 and HART 369.
 

HART 571 - CHINESE PAINTING

Long Title: CHINESE PAINTING
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines Chinese painting from ancient times to the early twentieth century. Issues of examination include themes, styles, and functions of Chinese painting; the interrelationship between paintings and the intended viewers; regionalism; images and words; foreign elements in Chinese painting. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in additional to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 371. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 571 and HART 371.
 

HART 572 - CHINESE ART AND VISUAL CULTURE

Long Title: CHINESE ART AND VISUAL CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: In this course, we will study how various artistic styles developed in historical, social and cultural contexts from the ancient period to the present day. Through the careful examination of architecture, calligraphy, painting, sculpture, ceramics, bronze, and film, students will gain a deeper understanding of Chinese art and visual culture. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all the readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional two or three times to discuss the interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 372. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 572 and HART 372.
 

HART 575 - ART BETWEEN WARS

Long Title: ART BETWEEN THE WARS: EUROPEAN MODERNISM, 1918-1940
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Beginning in the aftermath of the First World War, a conflict that devastated the physical and psychological landscape of Europe, and ending with the rise of various totalitarian regimes (Fascism, Stalinism) this seminar will examine European art of the interwar period, from 1918-1940. Potential topics will include Surrealism, The Russian avant-garde, the return to order, Esprit-Nouveau, the machine aesthetic, De Stijl, avant-garde cinema, etc. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 365. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 575 and HART 365.
 

HART 576 - MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE

Long Title: EAST & WEST: MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE IN CHINA AND NORTHERN EUROPE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course explores a series of issues that are critically important for the medieval art of both China and northern Europe. Topics include materials and techniques; public and private art: commerce, technology and prints; art and motion; archaeology; paradise and hell; maps and space; the gaze; erotica; patronage; and multiculturalism. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional hour every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 376. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 576 and HART 376.
 

HART 578 - THE AGE OF REMBRANDT

Long Title: THE AGE OF REMBRANDT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course will examine Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century art, including major masters, such as Rembrandt, Rubens, and Vermeer, and major developments, such as the rise of still life, genre, and landscape painting. It will also explore women artists, Delft tiles, doll's houses, and multicultural aspects of art production. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 378. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 578 and HART 378.
 

HART 579 - JAPANESE ART & ARCHITECTURE

Long Title: POST-1945 JAPANESE ART & ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course investigates post-1945 Japanese art and architecture, contextualized as part of the nation's modern history, and with a particular focus on the socially and politically turbulent decades of the 1950s and 60s. Using artistic collectivism as a methodology, the course examines a wide range of collaborations in visual art and architecture, as seen in exhibitions, performances, and publications. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 571, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 379. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 579 and HART 379.
 

HART 581 - COLLAGE AND ITS HISTORIES

Long Title: COLLAGE AND ITS HISTORIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class will explore the centrality of collage to the development of the 20th century art and film. Beginning with the seminal achievements of Picasso and Braque, we will examine works across geographical and medium boundaries, including Dada photomontage, early avant-garde film, 1960s happenings, and the reformulation of collage aesthetics in 1980s postmodernism. For each lecture, Graduate students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all the readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional two or three weeks to discuss the interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 381. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 581 and HART 381.
 

HART 582 - CAESAR'S PALACE

Long Title: CAESAR'S PALACE: AUTHOR(ITY) AND MEANING IN THE ROMAN IMPERIAL RESIDENCE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Described as both a “Hall of Despotism” and a “Citadel of Majesty” the palace of the Roman emperors is one of the great enigmas of antiquity. Its vast remains (larger than Versailles) are relatively well preserved, but it is poorly understood as part of the concept of emperorship. In this course we will examine the palace within the context of Imperial Roman art and politics; then we will dissect its meaning(s), the intentions of those who created it, and generally deconstruct it, brick by brick, to question agency and spatial experience from a macro-historical perspective. Graduate students will have additional readings. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 482. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 582 and HART 482.
 

HART 584 - CAPITALISM & ART, 1300-1700

Long Title: STUDIES IN AMERICAN ART FROM THE COLONIAL ERA TO THE ARMORY SHOW
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 364. Credit cannot be earned for HART 584 and HART 364.
 

HART 586 - DADA

Long Title: DADA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Inaugurated against the calamitous backdrop of the First World War, "Dada," the artist Francis Picabia claimed, "smells of nothing, it is nothing, nothing, nothing." This seminar will examine the aesthetics of shock and nihilism (literally, 'nothingness'), developed by Dada in six cities: Zurich, Berlin, Colgne, Hannover, New York, and Paris. For each lecture Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 386. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 586 and HART 386.
 

HART 587 - LITERATURE, ART & COLONIALITY

Long Title: LITERATURE, ART AND COLONIALITY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: How do concepts like coloniality, exoticism, primitivism, the modern baroque apply to texts and artifacts produced at the crossroads of (post)colonial and transnational encounters? Focus on Orientalists, Matisse, Djebar, Simon, Boudjedra, Borduas, Atlan, Khadda, and Glissant. Taught in English. Choice of reading materials and assignments in either English or French. Cross-list: FREN 587, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 487. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 587 and HART 487.
 

HART 588 - POST WAR EUROPEAN CINEMA

Long Title: POST WAR EUROPEAN CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This class surveys major developments in European cinema from the late 1940s to the late 1960s. Our study will include such movements as Italian Neorealism, German Rubble Films, French New Wave, and Soviet cinema in the Thaw. Particular attention will be paid to such issues as cinema and post-war reconstruction, memory and nation, and body and space. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional hour every two or there weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 388. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 588 and HART 388.
 

HART 589 - FILM MELODRAMA

Long Title: FILM MELODRAMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Melodrama - the genre of tears, sensationalism and excess - has long been the focus of critical debates. Initially dismissed as mere escapism, melodrama films have begun to generate nuanced studies about their engagement with issues of gender, sexuality, class, and race. This seminar examines aesthetic, socio-political, and psychological dimensions of film melodrama, including historical works by Vidor, Sirk, Godard, and Fassbinder, as well as more recent projects by Haynes and Almodovar. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all the readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional two or three times to discuss the interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 589 and HART 389.
 

HART 590 - METHODS OF ART HISTORY

Long Title: METHODS OF ART HISTORY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar surveys approaches the study of art and visual culture from art history's origins as a discipline to the present day. We will study a range of works of art and interrogate many of the essential terms of art historical study. Frequent guest lectures will be featured. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 592 - LAT AMER ART/CINEMA SINCE 1960

Long Title: LATIN AMERICAN ART AND CINEMA SINCE 1960
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course examines the relationships between art and cinema in Latin America, providing an overview of key artists, movements, and films from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, and Mexico from 1960 to present. Sessions include weekly film screenings and focus on research and discussions about topics including globalization, mass media, reception, and the social, economic, and political contexts around artistic production. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 592 and HART 392.
 

HART 593 - WALTER BENJAMIN

Long Title: WALTER BENJAMIN
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the key theoretical writings on media and modernity by Walter Benjamin, one of the first twentieth-century critics to place new forms of visual experience and technology at the center of his understanding of modern life. The course will pay particular attention to Benjamin's writings on urbanism, film and photography, and the ways in which these relate to avant-garde practices such as Dada, Surrealism, and New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit). For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional hour every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate Students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 493. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 593 and HART 493.
 

HART 594 - CONTEMP. LIT AND CULTURE

Long Title: STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: A variable topics course. Please consult the English department website for additional course information. Recent topics have included Global English; Globalization and its Discontents; and Critical Regionalisms. Cross-list: ENGL 594. Repeatable for Credit.
Course URL: http://www.english.rice.edu
 

HART 596 - FROM EXPRESSIONISM TO FASCISM

Long Title: FROM EXPRESSIONISM TO FASCISM: ART AND FILM IN GERMANY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Focusing on the tumultuous years of the Weimar Republic, this class will examine art and film in Germany from the birth of Expressionism through the end of the Nazi dictatorship. Topics covered will include Expressionism, Dada, the Bauhaus, and Fascist aesthetics. Particular attention will be paid to the relations between aesthetics and politics and art and everyday life, all central concerns of the art and criticism of the period. For each lecture, Graduate Students will be assigned additional readings. They will write an annotated bibliography of all these readings to be turned in at the end of the semester. We will meet for an additional every two or three weeks to discuss interpretive and methodological problems and ideas associated with the readings. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements of the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 398. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 596 and HART 398.
 

HART 597 - SPECIAL TOPICS: MUSEUM STUDIES

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSEUM CURATORIAL STUDIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Special Topics class taught by visiting Curators from the MFAH. SP 2016: Intro to Islamic Art at the MFAH: This course explores the dynamic, multifaceted character of Islamic art and architecture across the globe. Travel from Spain to India studying original art at the Museum of Fine Arts. Gain understanding of the historical, religious, social, craft, and visual contexts of the art. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 297. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 597 and HART 297.
 

HART 600 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3 TO 12
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Preparation for candidacy exams.
 

HART 601 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3 TO 12
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Prospectus research and writing.
 

HART 603 - BAYOU BEND GRAD INTERNSHIP I

Long Title: BAYOU BEND GRADUATE INTERNSHIP I
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate Internship at Bayou Bend, the American Decorative Arts Center of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Must be a Jameson Fellowship recipient to enroll. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 400. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 603 and HART 400. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 604 - BAYOU BEND GRAD INTERNSHIP II

Long Title: BAYOU BEND GRADUATE INTERNSHIP II
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Internship/Practicum
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Graduate Internship at Bayou Bend and The American Decorative Arts Center of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Must be a Jameson Fellowship recipient to enroll. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 401. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 604 and HART 401. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 606 - ICONOCLASMS

Long Title: ICONOCLASMS: THE DESTRUCION OF IMAGES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: With a focus on the modern period, this seminar will examine iconoclastic theory and practice from antiquity to the present. Why, we will ask, have people so incessantly felt compelled to ban or destroy images, and what can this compulsion tell us about the nature of visual representation itself? Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 406. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 606 and HART 406.
 

HART 607 - POP ART

Long Title: POP ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the history and significance of Pop art by looking in detail at three or four primary figures associated with the term; likely subjects include Andy Warhol, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Richard Hamilton, and others. Visits to local museum collections and attention to theoretical writings on art and mass culture are planned. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 407. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 607 and HART 407.
 

HART 612 - ADV SEMINAR IN ARCHITECTURE

Long Title: ADVANCED SEMINAR IN ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Small, focused, advanced discussion, workshop and/or design based courses on topics of recent research in architecture, delivered by RSA full time or visiting faculty. This seminar is open to RSA undergraduate students junior-level and above, and RSA graduate students. Students from other departments may enroll in the course with instructor permission. See the RSA website for more information: arch.rice.edu/courses. Space is limited and registration does not guarantee a space in this course. The final course roster is formulated on the first day class by the individual instructor. Cross-list: ARCH 612, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 412. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 612 and HART 412. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 626 - MATERIAL, FORM, SPACE, TIME

Long Title: MATERIAL, FORM, SPACE, TIME: CONCRETE AND THE REVOLUTION OF SPACE IN ANCIENT ROME
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: "Architectural Revolution" has been tied to Le Corbusier, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Brunelleschi and to towering Gothic cathedrals. At the foundation of all these endeavors is the Concrete Revolution in Roman Architecture. In this course we'll look at the four essential elements of this revolution from the fourth century BCE to the fifth century CE, and we'll investigate how shifts in application and experience created a background that informs design to this day. Cross-list: ARCH 626, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 326. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 626 and HART 326.
 

HART 627 - THE GENESIS OF ROMAN ART

Long Title: THE GENESIS OF ROMAN ART
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course explores the roots of the art and architecture of ancient Rome (ca. 600-200 BCE). In it we will examine the earliest vestiges of sculpture, painting and architecture from the Archaic and Classical periods to the twisted forms of Hellenistic conquest. You will grapple with the questions of cultural agency, connoisseurship, cultural interaction, network and object theories and spatial imagination to question standard narratives that divide Rome in this time from neighboring Greek polities. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 327. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 627 and HART 327.
 

HART 630 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY - FOURTEENTH CENTURY GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Individual readings in 14th century gothic art and architecture. Instructor Permission Required.
 

HART 640 - ISSUES IN HISTORY OF PRINTS

Long Title: ISSUES IN THE HISTORY OF PRINTS, PRE-MODERN TO PRESENT
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: With their distinctive technical, social, and commercial associations, prints are often sidelined in traditional art histories. This course will introduce recent scholarship on the multiple image from the late middle ages to the present, with stress on the transformations of printmaking from the development of photography into our digital age. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 440. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 640 and HART 440.
 

HART 645 - HISTORY & THEORY II - PRE 1890

Long Title: HISTORY AND THEORY II - PRE 1890
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: An in-depth exploration as to why select monuments from Antiquity through the 19th century were 'canonized' in popular imagination and given referential status. Following a case study format, each week will focus on a particular building, built or unbuilt, from both Western and Eastern traditions. Graduate students are expected to complete all the requirements of class in addition to writing a substantial research paper due at the end of the semester. Cross-list: ARCH 645.
 

HART 650 - MEDIEVAL SCIENCE AND MEDICINE

Long Title: SCIENCE AND MEDICINE IN MEDIEVAL VISUAL CULTURE
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course focuses on the diverse and often unexpected forms of medieval representation that intersect with science, medicine, and natural history: maps, diagrams, images from health and surgery guides, encyclopedic compendia of animals and plants, astrolabes. Optics and theories of vision, and the ideals of naturalism and perspective, will be examined alongside issues such as function, cultural exchange, and intellectual authority. HART 650 will be expected to do additional readings and write a more extensive research paper. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 350. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 650 and HART 350.
 

HART 651 - ART, REVOLUTION, WAR

Long Title: ART, REVOLUTION, WAR: MODERN ART IN VIOLENT TIMES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar examines the ambition (or lack thereof) of modern art to play an active role during periods of violent conflict. From the French Revolution to the recent disastrous American engagements in the Middle East wars to the never-ending war on terror, artists have produced images that attempt to actively engage in these conflicts. This class will examine the relative successes and failures of art during times of violent revolution and war within the modern era. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 351. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 651 and HART 351.
 

HART 653 - ART AND EMOTION

Long Title: ART AND EMOTION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar will examine the role played by emotion in our response to works of art. What is the relationship of emotion to the specific formal properties of a given work of art, such as color, texture, shape, line quality, sound, and so on? What role does our cognitive faculties play in determining our emotional response to art? Are there political stakes to emotional affect? These and other questions will be examined. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 353. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 653 and HART 353.
 

HART 658 - SPECIAL TOPIC:ART BETWEEN WARS

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ART BETWEEN THE WORLD WARS
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course focuses on art and architecture that intersected with the struggles between democracy, communism, and fascism. It will deal with prominent architects and artists who worked for or critiqued specific regimes. We will engage with fundamental political events in modern society - such as the Soviet Revolution, the rise of fascism in Italy, Hitler and the Jewish genocide, and democratic struggles of the Popular Front in France. Graduate students will be expected to complete all the requirements for the class in addition to writing a substantial research paper at the end of the semester.
 

HART 659 - CINEMAS OF URBAN ALIENATION

Long Title: CINEMAS OF URBAN ALIENATION
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This seminar examines cinematic engagements with urban spaces and experiences around the world spanning the last two centuries. Particular attention will be paid to issues of migration, marginality, colonialism, war and post-war, nostalgia and memory, race and gender. Cities of focus include Berlin, Istanbul, Moscow, Algiers, Beirut and Paris. Our weekly discussions of individual films will be grounded in critical writings of the cities' histories and theories of space and film. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 359. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 659 and HART 359.
 

HART 665 - ART/ POLITICS MOD LATIN AMER

Long Title: A VISUAL CULTURE TRAVELOGUE: ART AND POLITICS IN MODERN LATIN AMERICA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Providing an alternative understanding of modernity and its artistic partner, modernism, this survey course traverses the political, social and cultural landscapes that informed and formed the art and architecture of Latin America, from the early twentieth century to the present. Graduate students will be expected to write a more extensive research paper (20-25 page-long paper rather than the 8-10 page - paper required to undergraduate students. The use of primary sources is mandatory. Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 265. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 665 and HART 265.
 

HART 675 - LATIN-EUROPE/LATIN-AMERICA

Long Title: LATIN-EUROPE/LATIN-AMERICA: THE AESTHETICS AND POLITICS OF MODERN CITIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: This course challenges our pre-conceived maps of the world, highlighting Latin America's place within our understanding of modernity as a product of transnational interconnections. Transversing the Atlantic, this course traces the interactions of capitalism and culture, science and aesthetics, and the ideologies that informed and formed the urban fabric and spatial politics of important cities in the modern Latin world - Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Havana, and Brasilia. Cross-list: ARCH 675, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 375. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 675 and HART 375.
 

HART 689 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Long Title: INDEPENDENT STUDY IN FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Independent Study
Credit Hours: 1 TO 15
Description: Independent study, reading, or special research in film & media studies on the graduate level. Repeatable for Credit.
 

HART 691 - MEMORY AND PLACE IN CINEMA

Long Title: MIDDLE EASTERN EUROPEAN CINEMA
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Audit
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 4
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Focuses on cinematic explorations of and preoccupations with the notion of place. Screenings include iconic and lesser - known films from Europe and the Middle East that offer diverse lenses and contexts (love, family, landscapes, borders, trauma, exile) through which we will examine questions of real and imagined place and the politics of memory. Cross-list: ANTH 578, Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 391. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 691 and HART 391.
 

HART 697 - SPECIAL TOPICS - FIELD STUDY

Long Title: SPECIAL TOPICS: HART IN THE WORLD
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 3
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: SUMMER 2016: HART IN THE WORLD: ROME, THE ETERNAL CITY. A first-hand exploration of Rome, from its earliest days to today. This course is taught on site in Rome. We will explore the layers of the city from its earliest days, through the Renaissance and up to Fascist redistricting and contemporary monuments. This is a Special Topics course with locations changing annually. Priority given to HART majors. Funding possibilities provided. Students must submit a 250-500 word application to hartintheworld@gmail.com by March 1. Contact john.hopkins@rice.edu for more information. Instructor Permission Required.Graduate/Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 397. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 697 and HART 397.
 

HART 800 - DISSERTATION RESEARCH

Long Title: Ph.D. RESEARCH
Department: Art History
Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
Course Type: Research
Credit Hours: 1 TO 9
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Graduate
Description: Dissertation Research for Ph.D. candidates. Repeatable for Credit.