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ART 273: Religion, Royalty & Romantics: The Gothic and Gothic Revival

Through the study of Gothic art and architecture in 12-14th-century Europe and in 19th-century Europe and America, students explore how cultures devise and give meaning to artistic styles. Students also investigate the origins of the term Gothic and its meanings in popular culture. This course is taught by a St. Olaf and a Carleton professor and is offered to students on both campuses. Class meetings alternate between campuses, and enrolled students receive transportation stipends. Offered periodically in the fall semester. Counts toward art history, medieval studies, and studio art majors.

Ancient Studies

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...Islamic Art ART 275 Topics in Art History...Letters, His Gospel REL 273 Hebrew Prophets in...

Latin American Studies

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...include SPAN 272 , SPAN 273 , and SPAN 274...literature; Hispanic-American literature; art and literature-female...

Management Studies

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...1920-Present ART 228 Animated Art ART 246...in Software Design CSCI 273 Operating Systems CSCI...

Medieval Studies

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...ART 263 Medieval Art ART 273 Religion, Royalty & Romantics: The Gothic and Gothic Revival ART...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Professor of Art and Art History art and...Sociology of Music) SPAN 273 Cultural Heritage of...