1 Entire course compliment Art History (ARTH) Not every course is offered every year. For details of current offerings, consult the departmental website at Students wishing to take fourth-year seminars should normally have had a closely related third-year course and are advised to check with the instructor in this regard. Credit will be given to either the current ARTH listing or its former FINA equivalent. UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL ARTH 100 (6) Introduction to Art History The forms, concepts, issues, and language of analysis for the understanding of art in context, using examples of painting, sculpture, architecture, and other arts from the history of world art. ARTH 225 (3) Art in Europe to the 16 th Century A selective survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture. Credit will not be granted for both ARTH 125 and ARTH 225, and/or ARTH 226. ARTH 226 (3) Art in Europe and North America from the 16th Century to the Present A selective survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture. Credit will not be granted for both ARTH 125 and ARTH 225, and/or ARTH 226. ARTH 251 (3) Aspects of Asian Art The arts, excluding architecture, of the civilizations of India, China, and Japan. ARTH 253 (3) Aspects of Asian Architecture Selects built forms in Asia, such as temples, tombs, palaces, cities, and gardens, and their relations to cultural, social, and political systems. ARTH 261 (3) Pre-Hispanic Arts of Central and South America The relevance of various arts to social institutions in ancient societies of Peru and Mesoamerica. ARTH 262 (3) Native Arts of North America Men's and women's arts produced by Aboriginal Peoples of North America from pre-contact times to the present. ARTH 300 (3) Seminar on Methods and Approaches in Art History Theories, problems, and literature in the study of art history. Required of all Major and Honours students in art history.
2 ARTH 325 (3) The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt Equivalence: NEST 304. ARTH 327 (6) Archaeology of the Ancient Near East Equivalence: NEST 302. ARTH 329 (6) Greek and Roman Art Emphasis on the architecture, sculpture, painting, and decorative arts of Greece and Rome. Equivalence: CLST 330. ARTH 330 (3) Art and the Christian Transformation of the Roman Empire Continuities and changes in the form and role of visual culture with the rise of Christianity in the 1st- 6th c. Attention to social, political, and religious contexts of art and diverse viewing practices and cultural frameworks. ARTH 331 (3) Forms of Art in the Early Medieval West From an art of devotion to one serving the concept of a Christian or Islamic rule, this course explores the diverse forms and roles of art in Europe from c. 500 to the year ARTH 332 (3) Medieval Art in the Age of Monasticism Art in Western Europe between the year 1000 and 1200 when monasteries were leading institutions, patrons of the cult of saints, backers of crusades against Islam, and patrons of large scale architecture, as well as liturgical objects and illuminated manuscripts. ARTH 333 (3) Art, Church, Society, and their Margins in the Later Middle Ages Diversification of the arts with the expansion of patronage in late medieval society: new techniques, new genres, new forms, and new artistic organizations along with death, humour, and the grotesque that haunt the edges of art. ARTH 334 (3) Italian Renaissance Art and Culture ( ) Changing roles of visual art and culture within commune, court, religious practices, and private life. Themes include workshop production, the emergence of the artist, new forms of narrative and representation, public and private visual vocabularies, class, gender, and identity formation. ARTH 335 (3) Italian Renaissance Art and Culture ( ) Visual Art and culture within social, political, and religious upheaval and fragmentation: Rome as papal city; Protestantism and the critique of images; the body, art theory and constructions of knowledge; travel, cartography, and encounters with alterity; republican and courtly politics. ARTH 336 (3) Italian Art and Culture ( ) Rome as centre of Counter Reformation art, architecture, and urban culture, new sites for visual images (art market, exhibitions, public space, tourism), and new kinds of visual images (controversial religious vocabularies, genre painting, portraiture, print culture, restoration of antiquities).
3 ARTH 337 (3) European Art and Culture ( ) Visual art and culture within court life and authority (France, Spain, England), commerce-oriented urban centres (Amsterdam, Antwerp, London), and emergent nation states (France, Britain). Claims of art market (genre, landscape, still-life) art academies, medicine and science, travel and colonial expansion. ARTH 338 (3) Visual Culture in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution ( ) Art, architecture, and social space in Europe and America relating to the emergence of new publics and social and political institutions, at a time when industrialization, expanding colonial empires, and revolutionary upheavals were redefining concepts around gender, identity, and nation. ARTH 339 (3) 19th Century Art and Social Space: The Crisis of the Modern The role of ideologies of gender, class, race, and ethnicity in 19th century visual culture in Europe and America. Emphasis on the ironies of avant-garde practice in France in relation to new media technologies and an expanding consumer culture. ARTH 340 (3) 20th Century Art and Culture: The Triumph and Demise of Modernism A critical survey of western art and cultural production from the turn of the century to the development of Pop Art. The course will chart the consolidation of Modernism and its slow demise under other critical, visual, and political discourses in the late 1950's. ARTH 341 (3) 20th Century Art and Culture: The Postmodern A critical examination of international visual art and culture from the 1950?s to the present; an examination of major artistic movements and changes with particular attention to the role of art in consumerist society and the emergence of postmodernism. ARTH 342 (3) Latin American Art: Modern and Contemporary A thematic perspective on modern and contemporary art of Latin America. Analyses of specific works and texts will emphasize visual inventions and meaning in the light of recent theoretical debates. ARTH 343 (3) Art and Photography in Canada to 1920 Art, artists, and art institutions from the establishment of the French and English colonies to the founding of the Group of Seven, with particular attention on representational issues of race, wilderness, and colonial expansion. ARTH 344 (3) Art and Photography in Canada, 1920 to the Present Art movements and art institutions from the landscape paintings of the Group of Seven to the photoconceptualist practices of the Vancouver school, with particular attention on local vs. regional and national vs. international issues. ARTH 346 (3) Architecture in Europe: Building the Fabric of the Modern State ( ) The role of architecture within the development of the modern state, with particular attention to the impact of knowledge acquisition, both antiquarian and technical. A survey of broad cultural dynamics, particular building projects and design careers.
4 ARTH 347 (3) Architecture in Europe: Modern Paradigms of Design (1837-present) An examination of new requirements imposed on architecture by the consolidation of a capitalist economy, industrialization, new technologies, and scientific methods. Themes will include the architectural profession and its internal debates, and the formulation of the Modern movement. ARTH 348 (3) Architecture in North America: Colonial Projects and Disruptions ( ) The role of architecture in the imposition of European governance within North America; attention will be given to the modification of received conventions in relation to topographical, ethnic-religious, and political factors. ARTH 349 (3) Architecture in North America: Independent Design Idioms (1867 present) The emergence of a distinctive architecture that superceded British and European agendas; the growth of public and private patronage and the establishment of modern design and practice. ARTH 351 (3/6) Islamic Art and Archaeology A study of the artifacts of Islam as an expression of Islamic beliefs. Equivalence: RELG 341. ARTH 352 (3) Historic India: Images, Temples and the Construction of Indian Art History A critical examination of the subcontinent's art and architecture, with an emphasis on Buddhism and Hinduism, placed within cultural, social, and political developments in North and South India. ARTH 353 (3) Nepal and Tibet: Art, Ritual and Performance Situated within social and religious practices, festivals, and performances, this course examines artistic production of the Himalayan region. Case studies will be drawn from the past and present. ARTH 354 (3) Mughal India: Art, Architecture and the Spectacle of Empire Located in the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, this course explores the complex relationship of Mughal imperial architecture and painting with those of the Hindu Rajput courts. ARTH 355 (3) Contemporary South Asia: Artistic and Cultural Practices in Colonial and Independent India A critical examination of the development of a 'new Indian art' during the colonial period and nationalist movement. India's great cities bear the imprint of their colonial pasts that are negotiated in the construction of India's contemporary visual culture. ARTH 358 (3) The Making of Early China: From Archaeology to History Close reading of visual and textual materials will elucidate Chinese art and culture prior to 300 CE, as well as question the objectivity of historical reconstructions. ARTH 359 (3) The Pursuit of Realism: Figurative Painting Before 1400 in China Examines the making of realistic representations that describe society, cultural practice, and family relationship in China between 300 BCE and 1400 CE.
5 ARTH 360 (3) Literati Painting in China: Chinese literati art and theory will be analyzed through careful study of relationships between visual and textual productions. ARTH 361 (3) Modern and Post-Modern Art in China An investigation of China s varied resistance to and pursuits of modernity and post-modernity through examination of Chinese art from the 18 th to 21 st centuries. ARTH 364 (3) Buddhist Art of Japan: 6 th -12 th Centuries The development of exoteric and esoteric Buddhist art traditions in the ancient capitals of Japan from the 6th to the 12th century, with reference to contemporary Buddhist art traditions in East Asia. ARTH 365 (3) Buddhist Art of Japan: 13 th -16 th Centuries The development of Pure Land and Zen Buddhist art traditions in the ancient capitals of Japan from the 13th to the 16th century, with reference to contemporary Buddhist art traditions in East Asia. ARTH 366 (3) Japanese Painting Traditions: 7 th -15 th Centuries The development of earlier Japanese painting with a focus on landscape and narrative handscroll (emakimono) paintings. ARTH 367 (3) Japanese Painting Traditions: 16 th 19 th Centuries A focus on genre painting of the Momoyama and Edo periods including screens, woodblock prints (ukiyoe), and other media. ARTH 370 (3) Arts of Mexico's Early Peoples Investigation of pre-aztec monumental and portable arts produced by Olmec, Zapotec, Teotihuacán, and Classic Veracruz peoples, including representations of rulers, ancestors, deities, conquests, and ball game rituals. These representations will be analyzed in terms of symbolism, ideology, and social practice. ARTH 371 (3) Arts of the Aztec period in Mexico. Symbolic meanings and political agendas of Aztec architecture, sculpture, and manuscript illustration are investigated using Spanish accounts of mythology, calendars, and ritual performance, and illuminating social and political transformations of the century before and after the Spanish invasion of Mexico. ARTH 372 (3) Maya Public Ritual Arts A focus on the architecture, sculpture, costume, and other practices associated with public ritual. These include ancient ball game and world-renewal ceremonies that will involve explorations of Maya calendar systems, hieroglyphic writing, the Popol Vuj,, and contemporary cofradía rituals. ARTH 373 (3) Maya Objects of Identity, Wealth and Status From huts to palaces and pyramids, ancient Maya residences, and tombs encompassed elaborate visual productions that helped establish social and economic identities. Subjects include architectural sculpture and murals, jewelry, painted ceramics and figurines as well as contemporary weaving.
6 ARTH 376 (3) Arts of the Northwest Coast Peoples: The North The histories, historiography and cultural diversity of the Northern Northwest Coast region; persistence and innovation in the arts in communities, and in cross-cultural and market spheres. ARTH 377 (3) Arts of the Northwest Coast Peoples: The South The histories, historiography and cultural diversity of the southern Northwest Coast region; persistence and innovation in the arts in communities, and in cross-cultural and market spheres. ARTH 397 (6) Directed Study Abroad (Summer School) ARTH 429 (3/6) Studies in the Art and Archaeology of Greece and Rome Equivalence: CLST 429 ARTH 432 (3) Seminar in the Art of the Middle Ages Equivalence: ARTH 431, ARTH 433. ARTH 436 (3) Seminar in Early Modern Art Equivalence: ARTH 435, ARTH 437. ARTH 439 (3) Seminar in 18 th and 19 th Century Visual Culture Equivalence: ARTH 438. ARTH 440 (3) Seminar in Modern and Contemporary Art ARTH 442 (3) Seminar in Contemporary Latin American Art ARTH 443 (3) Seminar in Canadian Art ARTH 445 (3) Film and the City The complex interrelations between film and the city; dominant urban theories, film technologies and viewing practices and the intersections between them. ARTH 448 (3) Seminar in North American Architecture ARTH 455 (3) Seminar in the Art of India and Southeast Asia Equivalence: ARTH 457, ARTH 458. ARTH 458 (3) Seminar in Chinese Art Equivalence: ARTH 451, ARTH 452. ARTH 459 (3) Seminar in Chinese Art Equivalence: ARTH 451, ARTH 452.
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