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Event Mary A. Valverde-Works on view Mar 28, 2014
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May 01, 2014
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May 03, 2014
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Event Reiner Leist-Cityscapes and Memories: Measuring Absence Deutsches Haus at NYU,
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Sep 12, 2014
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Event Jenny Jaskey-Curators: The Younger Than Jesus Effect SVA NYC,
Sep 16, 2014
Event Max Weintraub-Sensory Impact Morgan Stanley International Headquarters, 2000 Westchester Avenue, Purchase, New York,
Sep 17, 2014
Event Marthe Keller-SENSORY IMPACT Morgan Stanley Global Headquarters in Purchase, NY,
Sep 17, 2014
Event Peter Dudek-Susan Hartung, Following the Line The Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College, Troy NY,
Sep 18, 2014
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Sep 18, 2014
Event Jenny Jaskey-E/I: Saturday Discussions Tanya Bonakdar Gallery ,
Sep 20, 2014
Event Gabriele Evertz-Doppler Shift 68 Elm Street Summit, NJ 07901,
Sep 28, 2014
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Art History Courses in the GER

The following courses fulfill the College's GER Writing Requirement:

ARTH 300 W. Research Methods of Art History, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 311 W. Special Topics Lecture in Ancient Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 321 W. Special Topics Lecture in Medieval Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 331 W. Special Topics Lecture in Renaissance Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 341 W. Special Topics Lecture in Baroque Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 351 W. Special Topics Lecture in Modern Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 361 W. Special Topics Lecture in Islamic Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 371 W. Special Topics Lecture in Asian Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 381 W. Special Topics Lecture in Art History, 3 hours, 3 credits

 

For students who entered Hunter Fall 2013 or after-

The following course fulfills group H Individual and Society (Humanities)

ARTH 111

For students who entered prior to the Fall 2013 semester-

The following course fulfills the College's Stage 2 Broad Exposure, Group D Requirement:

ARTH 111 (or ARTH 121 or ARTH 122)

 

The following courses satisfy the GER Pluralism and Diversity Group A Requirement:

(Group A - a course focusing on the scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific, or social) that emerge from, are reflected in, or are princi­pally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives, and/or intellectual traditions of non-European societies, particularly those of Africa, Asia, Latin America, or those indigenous to the Americas.)

ARTH 205 Egyptian Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 260 Islamic Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 262 Indian and Southeast Asian Art, 3 hours 3 credits

ARTH 263 Chinese and Japanese Art, 3 hours 3 credits

ARTH 270 Art of Africa and Oceania, 3 hours 3 credits

ARTH 361 W Special Topics Lecture in Islamic Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 371 W Special Topics Lecture in Asian Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 460 Advanced Studies Seminar in Islamic Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 470 Advanced Studies Seminar in Asian Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

 

The following courses satisfy the Pluralism and Diversity Group D Requirement:

(Group D - a course focusing on the scholarship about major practical or theoretical issues (e.g., artistic, economic, geographic, literary, political, scientific, or social) that emerge from, are reflected in, or are principally derived from the historical conditions, perspectives, and/or intellectual traditions of Europe, which may include the ways in which pluralism and diversity have been addressed.)

ARTH 111 Introduction to the History of Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 215 Greek Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 216 Roman Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 221 Later Medieval Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 225 Art of Early Renaissance, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 227 Northern Renaissance Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 230 Art of High Renaissance and Later 16th Century in Italy, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 235 Southern Baroque Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 240 Baroque Art of Northern Europe, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 243 Eighteenth-Century Art, 3 hours, 3 credits, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 244 Neo-Classicism and Romanticism, 1789-1848, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 245 Issues in 19th-Century French Painting 1850-1910, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 246 American Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 249 Twentieth-Century Art I, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 250 Twentieth-Century Art II, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 251 Contemporary Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 253 Medieval Architecture, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 254 Architecture: Renaissance to Neo-Classical, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 255 Twentieth-Century Architecture, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 311 W Special Topics Lecture in Ancient Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 321 W Special Topics Lecture in Medieval Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 331 W Special Topics Lecture in Renaissance Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 341 W Special Topics Lecture in Baroque Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 410  Advanced Studies Seminar in Ancient Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 420  Advanced Studies Seminar in Medieval Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 430 Advanced Studies Seminar in Renaissance Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

ARTH 440 Advanced Studies Seminar in Baroque Art, 3 hours, 3 credits

 

For more information about the College's GER requirements, visit: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/studentservices/advising/graduation-sub/graduation-requirements-general-education/

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