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    • ARTS1050: Introduction to Art 

      Young, Marnin (2021-09)
      This course offers a basic introduction to the history of European and American art from the ancient period to the present. It covers all the major eras of Western art, but it focuses only on selected artists and artworks. ...
    • ARTS1050: Introduction to Art 

      Bauman, Emily J. (2021-01)
      This course offers a basic introduction to the history of European and American art and architecture from the ancient period to the present. It is designed to provide an introduction to all the major eras of Western art ...
    • ARTS1050: Introduction to Art 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-01)
      This course explores the production of art from the Prehistoric to the Modern era (roughly 30,000 BCE to the early twentieth century CE). We will investigate the relationship between art and culture, paying particular ...
    • ARTS1050: Introduction to Art 

      Young, Marnin (2021-01)
      This course offers a basic introduction to the history of European and American art from the ancient period to the present. It covers all the major eras of Western art, but it focuses only on selected artists and artworks. ...
    • ARTS1050: Introduction to Art 

      Arnold, Riva (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
    • ARTS1050B: Introduction to Art 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-09)
      This course explores the production of art from the Prehistoric to the Modern era (roughly 30,000 BCE to the early twentieth century CE). We will seek to understand the relationship between art and culture, paying particular ...
    • ARTS1051: HISTORY OF ART I 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-01)
      This course explores the art produced in the Western world between the time of the earliest civilizations and the end of the late Gothic era (roughly 30,000 BCE to 1400 CE). We will focus on major artistic monuments and ...
    • ARTS1051C: HISTORY OF ART I 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-09)
      This course explores the art produced in the Western world between the time of the earliest civilizations and the end of the late Gothic era (roughly 30,000 BCE to 1400 CE). We will focus on major artistic monuments and ...
    • ARTS1052: History of Art II 

      Young, Marnin (2021-09)
      This course offers a basic introduction to the history of European and American art from the Renaissance to the present. Designed to prepare students for advanced study of art history, it covers all major eras of Western ...
    • ARTS1052: History of Art II 

      Young, Marnin (2021-01)
      This course offers a basic introduction to the history of European and American art from the Renaissance to the present. Designed to prepare students for advanced study of art history, it covers all major eras of Western ...
    • ARTS1451: Early Twentieth-Century Art 

      Young, Marnin (2021-09)
      This course offers an overview of artistic innovation in Europe and the Americas during the first half of the twentieth century. It will cover the major avant-garde movements of this period, from Expressionism to Cubism, ...
    • ARTS1452: Late Twentieth-Century Art 

      Young, Marnin (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      This course is about art in New York City. From the downtown bohemia where artists lived to the midtown museums and galleries where they exhibited their work, from the spatial interventions of the avant-garde to the ...
    • ARTS1635H: THE NEW YORK SKYSCRAPER 

      Kriskiewicz, John (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      Discover the evolution of the skyscraper from its roots in 19th century cast iron lofts to the complex amalgams of today. This is an in-depth look at the links between architecture, engineering, planning, zoning, economics ...
    • ARTS1637H: NYC ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN 

      Kriskiewicz, John (2021-09)
      From the Federal-style row house to the contemporary skyscraper, New York's architectural heritage is compelling. This is an introduction to the philosophy and forces that have shaped our city. Using the city virtually as ...
    • ARTS1637H: NYC ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN 

      Kriskiewicz, John (2021-01)
      From the Federal-style row house to the contemporary skyscraper, New York's architectural heritage is compelling. This is an introduction to the philosophy and forces that have shaped our city. Using the city virtually as ...
    • ARTS1974E: CITY LIFE: THE RISE OF CIVIC ART IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE - AND BEYOND 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-09)
      In this era of globalization – made powerfully manifest by the international presence and ubiquitous impact of COVID – what role do our municipal and neighborhood environments play? How have art and artists been shaped by ...
    • ARTS1975E: THE FAMILY PORTRAIT 

      Wisse, Jacob (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      This course explores the family portrait as an embodiment, reflection, and testing ground of key social, familial, psychological, political, and artistic concepts across history. We will look closely at portraits of families ...
    • ARTS1975H/JPHI4933H/JHIS4934: Jewish Illuminated Manuscripts: Torah as Art in Medieval Ashkenaz 

      Koenigsberg, Sima (2021-01)
      Jewish illuminated manuscripts are among the treasured artifacts that have survived the trials of Jewish history and whose imagery provides a window into the Torah worldview of the Jews that commissioned them hundreds of ...
    • ARTS1976B: ART IN THE TIME OF PLAGUE 

      Wisse, Jacob (2021-01)
      Life as we know it has been dramatically altered by the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing health crisis – in many of the same ways that deadly pandemics and plagues have caused upheavals and decimated human life in past ...
    • ARTS1977: Seminar on Impressionism 

      Young, Marnin (2021-01)
      This seminar focuses on the relation of Impressionism and modern life, especially the new urban spaces and lifestyles of Paris in the late nineteenth century. A key concern, for instance, will be representation of city ...