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Methodologies of Art History

Description

Conceived as a reading and discussion class this course intends to give an overview of the most seminal methodological developments from the eighteenth century until our own days. It is aimed to provide the student of art and architecture with a theoretical and methodological framework that will allow her and him to approach their respective subjects more systematically. A number of representative (short) texts will be provided, read, contextualised, analysed and discussed during the class. Conceived as a reading and discussion class this course intends to give an overview of the most seminal methodological developments from the eighteenth century until our own days. It is aimed to provide the student of art and architecture with a theoretical and methodological framework that will allow her and him to approach their respective subjects more systematically. A number of representative (short) texts will be provided, read, contextualised, analysed and discussed during the class.

People

Frank C.

Course director

Gatta L.

Assistant

Objectives

Specialization course.

Teaching mode

In presence

Learning methods

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Examination information

Paper

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