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Art of the Courts (3 Cr.)

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.

Art of the Courts (3 Cr.)

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.
Graduate Equivalency: HART 532. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 332 and HART 532.
Cross-listed with MDEM 332.

Medieval Manuscripts (3 cr.)

This seminar explores illuminated European manuscripts from late antiquity through the early sixteenth century.  It examines manuscripts' functions, patrons, makers, and materials and technique, as well as such issues as the relationship between text and image and the manuscript's ideological stance.  Students have the opportunity to study original medieval illuminations. 
Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 337
Cross-list: MDEM378

Medieval Manuscripts (3 cr.)

This seminar explores illuminated European manuscripts from late antiquity through the early sixteenth century.  It examines manuscripts' functions, patrons, makers, and materials and technique, as well as such issues as the relationship between text and image and the manuscript's ideological stance.  Students have the opportunity to study original medieval illuminations. 
Graduate Equivalency: HART 577