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    Skidmore College
   
 
  Aug 23, 2017
 
Catalog 2017-2018 
  
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Catalog 2017-2018

Courses


Course Credit

The number of semester hours of credit earned by satisfactory completion of a course is indicated after the course title.

Course Numbering

The level of the course is indicated as follows:

100—Introductory
200—Intermediate
300—Advanced

Course Notations

Courses designated by a single number are one-semester courses.

Double numbers separated by a comma (101, 102) are courses in which grades are given separately for each semester, but in which one semester ordinarily follows the other.

An "H" following a course number usually indicates that the course will be taught as an honors course.

If a course is not offered annually, the year in which it will next be offered is noted where possible.

Course prerequisites, if any, are listed at the end of the course description. Students must adhere to the stated prerequisite or obtain override permission from the instructor prior to the time of registration.

Due to scheduling, faculty leaves of absence, sabbaticals, and other factors, every course listed may not be given in any particular year. The college reserves the right to withdraw any course for which there is insufficient enrollment.

Faculty are listed with their respective departments and in the faculty section of this catalog. Part-time faculty and administrators who hold a faculty line or teach a course are indicated by an asterisk(*).

 

 
   •  AA 201 - Foundations of Arts Administration
   •  AA 221 - Philanthropy and the Arts: Relationships and Revenue
   •  AA 251A-D - Topics in Arts Administration
   •  AA 299 - Professional Internship: Arts Administration
   •  AA 341 - Structured Field Experience in Arts Administration
   •  AA 351A-D - Advanced Topics in Arts Administration
   •  AA 371A-C - Independent Study in Arts Administration
   •  AA 399 - Professional Internship: Arts Administration
   •  AAMB 321 - Entertainment Law and Business
   •  AH 100 - Ways of Seeing: Survey of Western Art
   •  AH 103 - Ways of Seeing: The Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
   •  AH 104 - Ways of Seeing: Survey of Asian Art
   •  AH 105 - Ways of Seeing: Survey of South and Southeast Asian and Himalayan Art
   •  AH 107 - Ways of Seeing: The Domestic Interior
   •  AH 108 - Ways of Seeing: Imag(in)ing the Modern World
   •  AH 111 - Introduction To Art
   •  AH 151 - Special Topics in Art History
   •  AH 202 - Asian Places and Spaces
   •  AH 203 - Native American Art
   •  AH 206 - The Arts of South Asia
   •  AH 207 - African Art
   •  AH 208 - Art and the Environment in Ancient Mesoamerica and South America
   •  AH 209 - Islamic Art
   •  AH 217 - American Art
   •  AH 220 - Writing in Art History
   •  AH 221 - Practices of Art History
   •  AH 222 - Greek Art and Archaeology
   •  AH 223 - Roman Art and Archaeology
   •  AH 232 - Late Antique, Early Medieval, and Byzantine Art
   •  AH 233 - Romanesque and Gothic Art
   •  AH 241 - Renaissance Europe
   •  AH 251 - Special Topics in Art History
   •  AH 253 - Seventeenth-Century European Art
   •  AH 254 - Eighteenth-Century European Art
   •  AH 257 - Nineteenth-Century European Art
   •  AH 261 - Twentieth-Century Art
   •  AH 265 - History of Modern Design
   •  AH 268 - Ad/dressing the Body: European Fashion, Renaissance to the Present
   •  AH 299 A-D - Professional Internship in Art History
   •  AH 310 - The Arts Of Nigeria
   •  AH 313 - Image and Narrative in Asian Art
   •  AH 315 - Contemporary African Art
   •  AH 318 - Asian Pop!
   •  AH 321 - History Of Photography
   •  AH 322 - Inside The Museum
   •  AH 330 - Late Gothic Sculpture and Painting
   •  AH 342 - Art of Early Renaissance Italy
   •  AH 345 - Rococo Art And Design
   •  AH 347 - Northern Renaissance Painting
   •  AH 351 - Topics In Art History
   •  AH 355 - Visual Culture of the French Revolution
   •  AH 361A - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: Ancient and Medieval Art in the West
   •  AH 361B - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: 15th to 18th Century Art in the West
   •  AH 361C - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: Modern and Contemporary Art in the West
   •  AH 361D - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: Arts of Africa and the Americas (NW)
   •  AH 361E - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: Asian Art (NW)
   •  AH 361F - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture: Special Comparative Topics
   •  AH 364 - Contemporary Art
   •  AH 371 - Independent Study
   •  AH 372 - Advanced Independent Study
   •  AH 375A - Seminar: Ancient and Medieval Art in the West
   •  AH 375B - Seminar: 15th to 18th Century Art in the West
   •  AH 375C - Seminar: Modern and Contemporary Art in the West
   •  AH 375D - Seminar: Arts of Africa and the Americas
   •  AH 375E - Seminar: Asian Art
   •  AH 375F - Seminar: Special Topics in Art History
   •  AH 380 - The Art History Major and Beyond
   •  AH 381 - Senior Thesis in Art History
   •  AH 399 A-D - Professional Internship in Art History
   •  AHDS 324 - The Artist Interview
   •  AM 101 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AM 200 - Issues In American Culture
   •  AM 201 - American Identities: Pre-1870s
   •  AM 202 - American Identities: Post-1870s
   •  AM 221 - American Studies: Methods and Approaches
   •  AM 231 - Ethnic and Immigrant Experience
   •  AM 232H - New England Begins
   •  AM 233 - Representations of the American Past in Film
   •  AM 234 - American Sports/American Culture
   •  AM 236 - Jazz: A Multicultural Expression
   •  AM 241 - Mark Twain's America
   •  AM 251 C or D - Regional Culture
   •  AM 252 - The Hudson River
   •  AM 253 - The West
   •  AM 254 - The South
   •  AM 255 - New England
   •  AM 261 C or D - Themes in American Culture
   •  AM 262 - Civil Rights in Twentieth-Century United States
   •  AM 263 - The Machine in the Garden
   •  AM 264 - The African-American Experience
   •  AM 265 - Popular Culture
   •  AM 266 - Diversity In The United States
   •  AM 267 - American Bestsellers and Popular Culture
   •  AM 299 - Professional Internship In American Studies
   •  AM 331 - Critical Whiteness In The U.S.
   •  AM 332 - Global Perspectives of the United States
   •  AM 340 - Women and Work in America
   •  AM 342 - Black Feminist Thoughts
   •  AM 345H - Disorderly Women
   •  AM 351 C or D - Topics In American Culture
 

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