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ARTH1103 Intro Art History F2019

ARTH1103 Intro Art History F2019

An introduction to art and architecture from ancient to modern times. The art of Western and Eastern cultures is considered. Additional description for this section: This course is designed to get you thinking about art. What is art? How is art produced? What is the function of art? Art is a record of culture and civilization, often it is the sole way we can understand what was meaningful to people separated from us by time, language and technology. Art also helps us understand our own time and culture. This course connects art to past histories, and introduces students to the visual language of art from ancient to modern times, in order to increase the recognition and understanding of references in advertisements and posters, on clothing, and in film and other media. The course introduces a wide variety of methodologies and topics of current debate in the field of art history, including: style, technique, patronage, iconography (subject matter), social context, race, and gender. The course avatar is a watercolor by Albrecht Durer, The Little Owl, 1506 in the Albertina Museum, Vienna

ENG1101-C/D405(M) English Composition I-Clarke, Fall 2019

ENG1101-C/D405(M) English Composition I-Clarke, Fall 2019

English 1101 is the introductory college composition course. Its goal is to develop your reading, writing, and analytical skills while fostering awareness of your own discursive practices. By reflecting critically on literacy practices and engaging in your own, you will become more nuanced practitioners of language. You will begin the course by writing literacy narratives that focus on such concerns as language diversity, orality, and language and technology. While academic discourse is important in this course, the primary emphasis is on your ability to negotiate multiple contexts and writing situations rather than becoming familiar with only academic language. Prerequisite: CUNY proficiency in reading and writing.

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