Space: Roman Art & Urbanism (CLAS*3150) | College of Arts

Space: Roman Art & Urbanism (CLAS*3150)

Code and section: CLAS*3150*01

Term: Winter 2020

Instructor: A. Sherwood

Details

Introduction to Roman art and urbanism from the Early Republic to the end of the imperial period. The course will survey the developments of Roman art with an emphasis on architecture, sculpture and painting. It will illuminate the development of the urban space in the context of cultural, social and political life. (Also listed as ARTH*3150).

 

Calendar course descriptions with pre-requisites and restrictions can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar

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