APPROACHES TO ART HISTORY
Session
Academic Term
Class Number
18257
Career
Undergraduate
Dates
1/19/2021 - 4/23/2021
Units
3 units
Grading
Letter Grade
Description
HAA 1010 is the capstone research seminar required of all HAA majors and is an official w-course. Students in this class will conduct extensive readings on a special topic devised by the course instructor. Each student in the class will be required to produce a substantive research paper under the guidance of the instructor. Students will work to master the skills that are fundamental to the discipline and broader arts related professions: critical thinking, research, and written and oral communication.
Enrollment Requirements
PLAN: History of Arts and Architecture (BA) or Architectural Studies (BA); PREQ: ENG 0102 or ENGCMP (0002 or 0006 or 0020 or 0200 or 0203 or 0205 or 0207 or 0208 or 0210 or 0212) or ENGFLM 0210 or FP (0003 or 0006)
Class Attributes
Capstone Course
Writing Intensive Course (WRIT)
Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Asian Studies
European and Eurasian Studies
Transatlantic Studies
West European Studies
Class Notes
The planned operational modality for this class is REMOTE. For more information please visit http://www.provost.pitt.edu/students/student-success-flexpitt/flex-pitt-guarded-risk-posture-all-students-remote/ Description for Spring 2021: Museums and Heritage Sites According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), heritage sites encompass sites of 'outstanding universal value from the historical, aesthetic, ethnological or anthropological point of view.' This course will develop the fundamental themes, ideas, and case studies required to analyze, understand and critically engage with heritage sites in a comparative and global perspective. In addition to providing an introduction to the field of heritage sites studies, this course will focus on selected topics including UNESCO's World Heritage construct, heritage tourism, heritage sites and national identity, contested heritage sites, heritage sites and sustainable practices, heritage site and human rights. Students will develop a sustained research project over the course of the semester that directly engages with one or more of the course's themes.
Class Details
Instructor(s)
Maria D'Anniballe Williams
Meets
TuTh 11:05AM - 12:20PM
Meeting Dates
01/19/2021 - 04/23/2021
Room
WEB Based Class
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Location
Pittsburgh Campus
Components
Seminar Required
Textbooks/Materials
Textbooks to be determined
Class Availability
Status
Closed
Seats Taken
17
Seats Open
0
Class Capacity
15
Unrestricted Seats
0
Restricted Seats
0
Wait List Total
0
Wait List Capacity
10