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ART 271: Gothic Art

This course treats both the art created in the Gothic period in Western Europe (c. 1140-1400) and the revival of the Gothic style in 19th-century Europe. In the later medieval world, the course focuses on the rise of the city, on the spirituality of the Franciscan and Dominican orders, and on a new class of patrons who, fueled by the new economy of Europe, commissioned art on a larger scale than ever before. The course ends with a discussion of what the Gothic came to mean in the 19th century, as European nations solidified and industrialized. Offered periodically. Counts toward medieval studies major.

Africa and the Americas

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...the concentration. ART 269 African Art History ENGL...and the Americas) FREN 271 The Francophone World...

Ancient Studies

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...Islamic Art ART 275 Topics in Art History...Field School (abroad) REL 271 Bible in Context...

French

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...252 Art 1880-1945 "The Shock of the New" ART 263 Medieval Art ART 271...

Management Studies

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...1920-Present ART 228 Animated Art ART 246...251 Writing French FREN 271 The Francophone World...

Medieval Studies

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...such as: ART 255 Italian Art in Context (abroad) ART 271 Gothic Art HIST 237...

Middle Eastern Studies

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...in Fes (abroad) REL 271 Bible in Context...theory; feminist film theory; art cinema; Arab cinemas...

Theater

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/theater/

...focus is the liberal arts curriculum rather than...1700 1.00 THEAT 271 History of Theater...