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ART 254: Italian Renaissance Art

This course explores painting, sculpture, architecture, and urban development in Italy from c. 1300 to c. 1600. The course focuses on the major urban centers of the period: Florence, Rome, and Venice. Students address the ways in which art functioned in its original Renaissance context and explore issues of artistic identity and the importance of patronage in the period. Offered periodically.

Chemistry

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...enjoy state-of-the-art instrumentation and computers...25 CHEM 248 & CHEM 254 Organic Chemistry II...

Environmental Studies

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...requirement. Arts and the Humanities The arts and...00 CHEM 248 & CHEM 254 Organic Chemistry II...

Management Studies

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...1920-Present ART 228 Animated Art ART 246...Conversation and Composition RUSSN 254 Russian Culture and...

Media Studies

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...ART 205 Photography ART 228 Animated Art ART...at the Movies" RUSSN 254 Russian Culture and...

Russian Language and Area Studies

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...church, law, and the arts. Russia continues to...Composition 1.00 RUSSN 254 Russian Culture and...

Social Work

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...Completing a bachelor of arts degree in social...221 , SWRK 246 , SWRK 254 , and a program...