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May 21 to June 25, 2017

• ART 244: Beginning Digital Photography (G. Setzer)
• ART 404: Special Topics: The Body as Mataphor (G. Setzer)
• ART 285: Watercolor (A. Zelinski)
• ART 401: Contemporary Drawing (A. Zelinski)
• ARH 401a/501a: Art as Plunder (I. Romano)

• CLAS/ARH 340B - Roman Art and Archaeology (I. Romano)
• CLAS 399 - Independent Study
• CLAS 306 - Christianity in the Greco-Roman World *Tier II Indiv and Soc* (Courtney Friesen)
• RELI 280 - Introduction to the NT: History, Literature and Religion *Tier II Humanities* (Courtney Friesen)

• COMM 496z: Field Methods in Communication (M. Pitts)
• COMM 496z: Advanced Intercultural Communication (M. Pitts)
• ENGL 201: Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction *Tier II Arts* (D. Ransdell)
• ENGL 265: Major American Writers *Tier II Arts* (S. Pearmain)
• ENGL 270: Exploring Place through Children's Literature (S. Pearmain)
• ENGL 300: Film & Literature *Tier II Arts* (D. Ransdell)
• ENGL 401: Advanced Creative Non-Fiction (
D. Ransdell)
• ENGL 499: Independent Study: Shakespeare in Italy (D. Ransdell/
S. Pearmain)

• ITAL 101: Elementary Italian I (B. Cavatorta)
• ITAL 202z: Intensive Intermediate Italian (B. D'Arpa)
• ITAL 310: Spoken Italian in Cultural Context (B. Cavatorta)
• ITAL 496a: Topics in Advances Italian Studies (B. Cavatorta)

• JOUR 203 - Photojournalism (K. Newton)
• JOUR 497B - Advanced Photojournalism (K. Newton)


Applications must be received by February 15, 2017


ART 119, Contemporary Art and Theory

This course will investigate contemporary art and theory as it relates to Modernity, "Avant Garde", Modernism, The other, Postmodern, international society, and new technology.
Larry, you mentioned in an earlier email that you'd include "a healthy dose of Italian readings and lectures: Umberto Eco, G.C. Argan, Germano Celant, Arte Povera, Memphis, etc."  Let me know if you want to add anything like that to the description as we advertise.
ARH 426/526a: European Art Since 1945

This course is a historical and theoretical survey of significant developments in European Art since World War II.  The course will begin with the transformations of the forms and strategies of the historic avant-gardes into various schools of neo-avant-garde activity, from Concrete Art to Kinetic Art.  Then the course will trace the development of Pop and neo-Dada Art in France, Italy, and Germany during the 1960s and 70s.  Contemporary trends and debates will also be examined, from the rise of European Conceptual art practices to recent installation art and the idea of Relational Aesthetics.