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Global Reach: Art History International Programs 2014

Published September 22, 2013

IP SideIn the coming year, a variety of exciting art history-intensive international programs and courses will be offered in London, Paris, Panama, and Valencia.  These specialized courses of study are designed and led by Art History faculty with a commitment to fully immersing our students in rich cultural sites around the world. An information session will be held on Tuesday, October 8th at 6 pm  in the Art & Design Library, led by Art History faculty program leaders and representatives of FSU’s top-ranked International Programs. At this session, interested students can learn more about the following programs for 2014.

NOTE: The Early Application Deadline to save $100 on program fees for Summer 2014 programs is December 4, 2013.

Spring 2014 – London
Art History course leader: Graduate Teaching Assistant Heather Lundy
Program: Spring Broad Curriculum Program
Dates: January 9 – April 24, 2014
Courses: ARH2000 – Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision;  ARH3057 – Introduction to the History & Criticism of Art II.


Spring Break 2014 – London
Art History course leader:  Ceil Bare, IP Coordinator
Program: Spring Break and the Arts
Dates: March 9–15, 2014
Courses: ARH3056 & 3057 – Introduction to the History & Criticism of Art I & II.


Summer (1) 2014 – London

Art History course leader: Professor Karen Bearor
Program: Summer 1 Broad Curriculum Program
Dates: May 8–June 14, 2014
Courses: ARH2000 – Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision;  ARH4933 – British Art and Architecture in London.


Summer (2) 2014 – London 

Art History course leader: Professor Robert Neuman
Program: Summer 2 Broad Curriculum Program
Dates: June 6–July 3, 2014
Courses: ARH2000 – Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision; and ARH4933 – British Art & Architecture in London.  Individual Study opportunities also available for upper-level Art History students.


Summer 2014 – Paris 

Art History program leader: Professor Lauren Weingarden
Program: Paris Art & Culture. Click here for informational video.
Dates: June 30 – July 31, 2014
Courses: ARH4933/5806 – Artistic Avant-Garde; and ARH4933/5934 – Museums of Paris.


Summer 2014 – Valencia 

Art History course leader: Professor Paul Niell
Program: Summer Broad Curriculum Program
DAtes: May 8–June 19, 2014
Courses: ARH2000 – Art, Architecture and Artistic Vision; and ARH4933 – Art & Architecture of Early Modern Spain, 1400–1750.


Summer 2014 – Republic of Panama 

Art History courses leaders: Professor Michael Carrasco and Modern Languages Professor Laura Lee
Program: Summer Broad Curriculum Program
Dates: June 21–August 2, 2014
Courses: ARH4653/5659 – Great Traditions in MesoAmerican Art & Culture;  ARH2000 – Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision;  and FIL2001- Multicultural Dimensions of Film and 20th-Century Culture.