AH 220 - Writing in Art History
A concentrated focus on writing intended for declared or potential art history majors. Students will develop strong writing proficiency through analysis of professional art history writing. They will strengthen particular skills required in the discipline, including research techniques, close looking, and analysis based on visual and written evidence.
Prerequisites: Any 100-level art history course. Must be taken concurrently with a 3- or 4-credit 200- or 300-level art history course, except AH 221 , AH 299 A-D , AH 375, AH 380 , or AH 399 A-D .
Note(s): Art History majors are encouraged to complete the course before the junior year. This course must be taken for a letter grade.
Art History Faculty
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