ARTHC 375

Japanese Art and Architecture

Comparative Arts and Letters College of Humanities

Course Description

Japanese art and architecture from its neolithic origins through the dawn of the modern age. Literary, social, and religious contexts considered.

When Taught

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3

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Scope

Learning Outcome

Students will acquire a basic understanding of the development of Japanese architecture from 1100 AD to the present.

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Research project

Learning Outcome

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Art and Architecture

Learning Outcome

Students will become familiar with the contributions of individual Japanese artists and architects.

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Analysis

Learning Outcome

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