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ISTORY 
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S
PRING
2009
This course is a survey of the history of architecture, painting and sculpture of Europe from theRenaissance to the present. It also covers the North American art that is based on Europeanaesthetic traditions.The course will provide an introduction to the basic concepts that are needed for the analysisand appreciation of the visual arts. We will discuss how art is made and what meaning it has while examining individual objects in relation to the societies that made them. This subjectmatter will be covered in lectures, films and readings.
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 NSTRUCTOR 
I
 NFORMATION
:
 Jennifer Ann Barrows Office phone: 954-5590email: jbarrows@deltacollege.eduOffice hours: (held in 416 Shima)Monday: 12:15to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday: 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.Friday: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.Online office hours:Thursday 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m.
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LASS
M
EETINGS
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Classes constitute 52 minutes of each hour. Late arrival and early departuremay result in missed quizzes and thus affect your grade.
T
EXT
:
Schneider Adams, Laurie.
 Art Across Time
, vol. 2. 3rd ed. New York: Mc-Graw Hill, 2006.
G
RADING
:
Use this chart to keep track of your grade. Record your grades for the exams andpapers when you receive them. This is the best way to keep track of your progress in the class.The overall grading scale is 90
A, 80-89 B, 70-79 C, 60-69 D and
59 F.Students are expected to attend class regularly. There will be at least 13 quizzes on lecturematerial. The quizzes will not be announced and cannot be made up. For each quiz you answercorrectly record one point. (Keep track of quiz answers and dates on “possible questions” list onpage 6.)Exam 1 _____________/15 pts.Exam 2 _____________/20 pts.Exam 3 _____________/20 pts.Formal Analysis (p. 4) _____________/10 pts.Scholarly Article Report (p. 7) _____________/10 pts.Contextualization _____________/15 pts.Quizzes (p. 10) _____________/8 pts.Homework _____________/2 pts.
 
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 NFORMATION
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H
ELPFUL HINTS
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 A notebook of useful materials (RES N5300.B377 1999) and a copy of the text are onreserve at Goleman library.
 
Handouts will also be posted on docushare. If you don’t get a handout in class, check docushare. The web address is docushare.deltacollege.edu. Click on the Faculty link, which will bring up a list of faculty. Click on “Barrows, Jennifer” and then open the Art1B folder.
 
Check your delta college email on a regular basis. I will post reminders there as well astry to inform you of any class cancellations.
 
 
The easiest way to do well in a lecture-based class is to come to class, take notes, read thematerial assigned and do the work assigned. I also recommend making study guides and writing papers as early as possible.
 S
TUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
:
 
It is your responsibility to withdraw from the class. The deadline to do so withoutreceiving a W is February 6
th
, 2009 14, 2007. To drop with a W, do so by April 22, 2007.
 
It is your responsibility to inform me of any personal difficulties, health problems orlearning disabilities that may affect your classroom behavior, attendance or class work.
 
 Any excuses (i.e. for missed exams or late work) must be supported by physicaldocumentation.
 
 All written assignments must be turned in via turnitin.com. (See page 13).
 
 You are permitted a maximum of one make-up exam during the semester. THERE ARENO “do-over” exams. I do NOT drop an exam grade.
 
No work will be accepted after April 30
th
. No make-up exams will be proctored after May 1
st
.
 
The college has an Educational Code that has severe penalties for Academic Dishonesty.It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the Educational code. See page 11. Iregularly report plagiarists and ask that any second offenders be expelled from the college.
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LASSROOM BEHAVIOR 
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 Any behavior that disrupts the class lectures or discussions will result in your removalfrom that day’s lecture. This includes, but is not limited to extended discussions with your neighbor, note passing, general restlessness or ANY cell phone use (text messaging iscell phone use!)
 
CELL PHONES (and similar communication devices) MUST BE TURNED OFF
 before the lecture begins. If there is a grave situation that requires your cell phone be onduring lecture, inform the instructor and a dispensation might be granted.
 
During exams, hoods and any headgear with a bill and must be removed. Inform theinstructor if there is a reason you can not comply with this rule.
 
Late Assignments are docked one point per day late.
 
On-time assignments will be returned within eight class meetings of due date. Latepapers returned at the instructor’s convenience.
 
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T
ENTATIVE
S
CHEDULE
(
DATES MAY CHANGE
)
 Numbers in parenthesis indicate page numbers in text.
January 12January 14January 16January 21January 23January 26January 28January 30February 2February 4February 6February 9February 11February 18February 20February 23February 25February 27March 2March 4March 6March 9March 11March 13March 16March 18March 20March 23March 25March 27March 30April 1April 3April 13April 15April 17April 20April 22April 24April 27April 29May 1May 4May 6May 8May 11May 13IntroductionFormal AnalysisFormal AnalysisFormal Analysis, PrecursorsEarly Italian Renaissance (480-527)Early Italian RenaissanceEarly Italian RenaissanceHigh Renaissance (541-582)High RenaissanceMichelangelo/MannerismMannerism (583-603)Late Gothic (528-541)
 
Late Gothic/Northern Renaissance (604-625)
F
ORMAL
A
NALYSIS DUE
 Renaissance in the NorthRenaissance in the NorthReview
Exam
 Italian Baroque (626-652)Italian BaroqueItalian and Spanish Baroque (669-672)Spanish BaroqueFlemish and French Baroque (673-676)Dutch Baroque (653-665)Dutch BaroqueDutch BaroqueRococo (677-701)Neoclassicism (702-720)Neoclassicism
S
CHOLARLY
A
RTICLE
R
EPORT DUE
 
Romanticism (721-745)
 
RomanticismReviewTBA
Exam
 Realism (746-754)realism (760-764)
 
realism
 
Manet (764-765, 755-759)
 
Impressionism (772-802)Impressionism and Rodin (803-829)Post-Impressionism (768-797)
C
ONTEXTUALIZATION DUE
 
European painting and sculpture before WWI (830-877)
 
European painting and sculpture before WWIEuropean painting and sculpture between WWs (877-922)
 
European painting and sculpture between WWI and WWIIAmerican painting and sculpture before WWIIAmerican painting and sculpture before WWIIReview
FINAL EXAM—At the moment, the final exam is scheduled on Wednesday May 20
th
from 10:00-11:50 a.m Check the final exam schedule on May 1
st
to see if there have been any changes.

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