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62-148 Art and Culture

Department:CFA Interdisciplinary
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This course is a survey of world visual art from Pre-History to the present, with an emphasis on the development of currents of art in the Western World. The history of the art presented will be substantially couched and based in attendant material concerning religion, science, mythology, literature, politics, society, and the environment, along with reference to developments in other art forms. Material will be imparted via slides and lectures, and students will be required to do readings, tests, and writing, and keep a journal exploring their personal interests in the history of art.

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