Art History Department

Related Courses

Related Courses Offered Outside the Department

Majors may count up to 1.0 FCE–and Specialists up to 2.0 FCE–from the courses shown below to satisfy degree requirements for FAH courses. The courses will be credited at the appropriate level (i.e., as 100, 200, 300, or 400 series) and can in certain circumstances be used to meet period distribution requirements. Consult the Undergraduate Associate Chair about any course not in this list.

Note: FAH Specialists who intend to pursue graduate studies may petition the Undergraduate Associate Chair (and may solicit a faculty supervisor to recommend the petition) in order to count more than 2.0 FCEs outside the department toward their FAH Specialist program.

    • (ARC356H1)Design History of Landscape Architecture

    • (ANT200Y1/311Y1/312H1/411H1/412Y1/416H1/420H1)Archaeological Theory, Techniques, and Analysis

    • (ANT315H1/316H1/317H1/320Y1)The Americas

    • (ANT313H1)Asian Prehistory

    • (EAS237Y1)Japanese Cinema: Film Form and the Problems of Japanese Modernity

    • (FCS310Y1)French Cinema

    • (FCS496H1)The Cinema of Jean-Luc Godard

    • (FIN260H1)Scandinavian Cinema

    • (GER351H1)Cinema and Society: The Golden Age of German Cinema

    • (GER352H1)German Cinema as Political and Cultural Text

    • (HIS345H1)History and Film

    • (INI115Y1)Introduction to Film Study

    • (INI225Y1)American Popular Film Since 1970

    • (INI322Y1)AvantGarde and Experimental Film

    • (INI323Y1)Women and Representation

    • (INI324Y1)American Filmmaking in the Studio Era

    • (INI381H1)Aspects of a National Cinema

    • (INI382H1)European Cinemas, European Societies

    • (INI423H1)Melodrama in Film

    • (INI426H1)Film Comedy

    • (INI428H1)The Cinematic City: Urban Spaces in Film

    • (INI460H1)Film Noir

    • (INI462H1)Theory, History & the New German Cinema

    • (INI463H1)Early Cinema

    • (INI464H1)Reviewing Hollywood Classicism

    • (INI465H1)Cinema and Technology

    • (INI484H1)Advanced Studies in Cinema: Historiography

    • (ITA240Y1)Italian Cinema

    • (NEW308H1)The Humanism of Satyajit Ray

    • (SLA225H1)Czech and Slovak Cinema From the '60s

    • (SLA226H1)Post-war Polish Cinema

    • (SLA234H1)Russian and Soviet Cinema I & II

    • (SLA424Y1)Theatre and Cinema in Extremis

    • (SMC411H1)Celtic Cinema

    • (EAS237Y1)Japanese Cinema: Film Form and the Problems of Japanese Modernity

    • (EAS297H1)Texts, Images and Objects in East Asia

    • (EAS342H1)Art and Religious Experience in Japan

    • (GGR124Y1)Urbanization, Contemporary Cities and Urban Life

    • (GGR336H1)Urban Historical Geography of North America

    • (GGR361H1)Understanding the Urban Landscape

    • (GGR366H1)Historical Toronto

    • (HIS367H1)History of Images

    • (HIS369Y1)Aboriginal Peoples of the Great Lakes

    • (NMC101Y1)The Ancient Near East

    • (NMC260Y1)The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

    • (NMC261H1)Field Archaeology

    • (NMC361Y1)Archaeology of Palestine in the Biblical Period

    • (NMC362H1)The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt

    • (NMC363Y1)The Archaeology of Historical Mesopotamia

    • (NMC365Y1)Islamic Archaeology

    • (NMC366Y1)The Islamic City

    • (NMC368Y1)Survey of Islamic Art

    • (NMC369H1)Archaeological Materials and Industries

    • (NMC391H1)Medieval Islamic Architecture in the Mediterranean Basin

    • (NMC392H1)The Taj Mahal and its Origins

    • (NMC393H1)Early Islamic Art and Architecture

    • (NMC394H1)Later Islamic Art and Architecture

    • (NMC461Y1)Problems in the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

    • (NMC464H1)Mediaeval Middle Eastern Ceramics

    • (NMC466H1)Ancient Near Eastern Ceramics

    • (NMC467Y1)Archaeology and Material Culture of Ancient Egypt

    • (PHL285H1)Aesthetics

    • (PHL385H1)Issues in Aesthetics

    • (PHL485H1)Advanced Topics in Aesthetics

    • (RLG460H1)Religion and Architecture: Galilee and the Decapolis

      Note that this course with changing subject matter is accepted for FAH credit when the content is appropriate, as in this instance.

    • (SMC200Y1)The Christian Imagination

    • (SMC344Y1)Celtic Archaeology and Art

    • (VIC240Y1)The Civilization of Renaissance Europe

    • (VIC312Y1)Surrealism

    • (VIC320Y1)Semiotics of Visual Art

    • (VIC342H1)Renaissance Sign-Systems and Communication

    • (SLA260H1)Constructing Space: A History of Russian Art and Architecture

      Chronologically organized and covering a period of ten centuries, from the eleventh to the twenty-first, the course has a special focus, the rendering of space and perspective. Beginning with the so-called “reverse perspective” of Russian Icons and the devotional world of churches and cathedrals, continuing with the geometrically organized, rational space of the 18th century and St. Petersburg, and moving on to the distorted reality of the Russian avant-garde and Socialist Realism’s attempt at reproducing reality “as it is,” the course concludes by asking where this oscillating acceptance and rejection of illusion leaves us in the 21st century. Consideration of paintings, buildings, sculptures, selected literary texts and films.
      Prerequisites: None
      Recommended Preparation: FAH102H1
      Distribution Requirement: Humanities
      Breadth Requirements: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)
      Hours: 24 (L)

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