Methods of Art History

Art 344 or Art 299

Usual Description

This course studies Roman art and architecture from 31 BCE, when Augustus assumed power, through its Christianization and the rise of the papacy, to 1309 and the papacy’s move to Avignon. We will address ancient monuments such as the Forum and the Pantheon, early Christian monuments such as St. Peters at the Vatican, and the art and architecture of medieval Rome. A particular focus will be the reuse of buildings and spaces over the millennium.

Sample Syllabus

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Art 299 Taught by Erik Inglis
Art 344
Art 344 Taught by Erik Inglis
Art 299 Taught by Erik Inglis
Art 299 Taught by Erik Inglis
Art 344
Art 344