ARTH 451 Art History Methods

Syllabus:

SYLLABUS ARTH451 SPRING 2014

CALENDAR THROUGH WEEK FOUR

Articles:

Antal: Reflections on Classicism and Romanticism

Bal, Bryson: Semiotics and Art History

Crawford: Can Architects Be Socially Responsible?

Damisch: Semiotics and Iconography

Derrida: Restitutions of the Truth in Pointing 

E. Panofsky: Et in Arcadia Ego

Fry: Vision and Design

Giorgio Vasari: The Lives of the Artists, 1568

Heinrich Wolffin: Principles of Art History

l.S. Adams: Biography and Autobiography

Krauss: Sculpture in the Expanded Field

The Freud Reader: Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of His Childhood

Leonardo’s DreamEnglish Translation of Freud’s translation of Da Vinci’s notebook

Lucy Lippard: Naming

Louis Martin: Arcadian Shepherds

Melville: The Temptation of New Perspectives

Micheal Foucault: What is an Author

Morelli: Italian Painters

Nochlin: Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

Oguibe: In The Heart of Darkness

Panofsky: Renaissance and Renascences

Pollock: Feminist Interventions

Sontag: Against Interpretation

T.J. Clark: The Conditions of Artistic Creation

NBC NEWS: Was Mona Lisa Pregnant?

Wolfflin: Principles of Art History

Advertisements