Courses

For official brief descriptions of courses and scheduled instructors, please consult the official Dartmouth Course Descriptions and Requirements published by the Office of the Registrar.  For detailed information about the terms and times that courses will be offered, the most reliable source is the Timetable of Class Meetings on the Registrar's site.

Winter 2019

ARTH 2: Introduction to the History of Art II - Coffey/Kenseth (11)
ARTH 7.10: Art History First Year Seminars-Pompeii in Antiquity - Kangas (2A)
ARTH 11.01: [21]: Art in Ancient Greece: Temples, Gods, Heroes -Kangas (12)
ARTH 38.03: [16.25]: East Meets West - Kim (10)
ARTH 40.04: [76]: Mexicanidad: Constructing and Dismantling Mexican National Identity - Coffey (12)
ARTH 41.03: European Art 1750-1850 - Doyle (10)
ARTH 48.08: The Photographic Medium - Doyle (2)
ARTH 62.30: [65]: Japanese Prints - Hockley (10)
ARTH 80.02: Domes - Camerlenghi (10A)

Winter 2020

ARTH 5: Introduction to Contemporary Art - Coffey/Elias
ARTH 7: Art History First Year Seminars - Kangas
ARTH 11.02 [22]: Art in the Hellenistic Era: From Alexander to Cleopatra - Cohen
ARTH 28.01 [1715]: De-Centering the Renaissance - Kessler-Taub
ARTH 41.02 [53]: Twentieth Century Art in Europe, 1900-1945 - Hornstein
ARTH 47.02 [59]: Modern Architecture - Heck
ARTH 48.02: Histories of Photography - Hornstein
ARTH 62.81: Women, Gender, and Art in East Asia - Kim
ARTH 63.72 [16.23]: Aesthetics of the Digital - Elias
ARTH 80.0x: Advance Seminar - Cohen

Spring 2020

ARTH 4: Introduction to World Architecture - Camerlenghi/Heck
ARTH 7: Art History First Year Seminars - O'Rourke
ARTH 12.01 [25]: Roman Art - Kangas
ARTH 26.01 [10]: Foreign Study I - Hornstein
ARTH 26.02 [11]: Foreign Study II - Hornstein
ARTH 27.01 [17.17]: The Ideal City - Kessler-Taub
ARTH 38.03 [16.25]: East Meets West - Kim
ARTH 38.04 [17.16]: Food and Art: A Global History - Camerlenghi
ARTH 40.02 [ 71]: The American Century: Modern Art in the United States - Coffey
ARTH 63.01 [72]:  Mexican Muralism - Coffey