Course Descriptions & Syllabi

377 Gothic 

Prerequisites: 01:082:105, 106 or permission from the instructor.

 

Gothic artistic production in Northern Europe from the mid-12th through the early 15th century in architecture, sculpture, manuscript illumination, and various crafts, in their religious, social, political, and economic context   Topics include liturgy and ceremony, mysticism and devotion, pictorial narrative, lay literacy, attitudes towards death, courtly love, and the construction of the "other".

Contact

Susan Sidlauskas, Chairperson

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Carla Yanni, Undergraduate Director

Tamara Sears, Graduate Program Director

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