Faculty of
Humanities and Social Sciences

Faculty of
Humanities and Social Sciences

ARHI 201 / HIST 203 is designed to introduce the developments in artistic expression, from cave drawings and the monuments of ancient Egypt to the paintings, sculpture and architecture of 15th century northern Europe.

Art History 202/History 204: Looking at Art from the Renaissance to Present Day is a three-credit, junior-level course designed to introduce you to the developments in artistic expression in the Western world beginning with the Italian Renaissance and ending with Contemporary art. This course, which is offered in an individualized-study delivery mode and normally open to students throughout the year, introduces the basic premise of art history and teaches students how to critically view historical works and artistic practices.

Art History 301 / Cultural Studies 301: Canadian Visual Culture is a three-credit, senior-level course designed to familiarize you with a variety of critical perspectives and help you understand display practices and cultural production in the context of Canadian art history.

Art History 301 / Cultural Studies 301: Canadian Visual Culture is a three-credit, senior-level course designed to familiarize you with a variety of critical perspectives and help you understand display practices and cultural production in the context of Canadian art history.

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