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Global Reach: Art History International Programs

Published September 1, 2015

In 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.

 

IP SideSpring Break 2017: Museums & National Heritage Sites of London (LN50)
Art History course leaders: Dr. Teri Abstein & Dr. Allys Palladino-Craig
Dates: March 10–March 18, 2017
Courses: ARH3854 (undergrad) 0r 5838 (grad)  The Museum Object; ARH4933 or 5907  Museum & National Heritage Sites in London; ARH4941 or 5942  Internship Museum Studies.
Application deadline: Nov. 2, 2016.


Summer 2017:  Paris Art & Culture
(PA99)
Art History program leader: Dr. Lauren Weingarden
Dates: July 1–July 30, 2017
Courses: ARH4416 Artistic Avant-Garde;  ARH4933 (undergrad) or 5934 (grad) Museums of Paris;  ARH5806 Grad Seminar Artistic Avant-Garde.
Application deadline: Dec. 7, 2016.
Summer 2017:  Broad Curriculum Program in London (LN02)
Art History course leader: Dr. Robert Neuman
Dates: June 8–July 5, 2017
Course: ARH2000 – Art, Architecture & Artistic Vision (Dr. Neuman).
Application deadline: Dec. 7, 2016.


Summer 2017: Broad Curriculum Programs in Florence

Dates: May 11–June 22 (FLo1); June 29–August 3 (FL02); May 11–August 3 (FL03)
Courses: ARH2000 Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision; ARH4933 Florentine Renaissance.
Application deadline: Dec. 7, 2016.


Fall 2017: Broad Curriculum Program in Florence

Dates: May 11–June 22 (FLo1); June 29–August 3 (FL02); May 11–August 3 (FL03)
Courses: ARH2000 Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision; ARH4933 Florentine Renaissance.
Application deadline: April 5, 2017.