Courses

Note: For the most accurate and up-to-date course information, please visit the History of Art and Architecture Courses of Instruction page on the Registrar's website.

Spring 2015

Course Title

Instructor(s) Time Location
CB 21 Pathways to the Andes Cummins / Urton T Th
11-12
Harvard Hall, 202
ER 37 Adam & Eve Koerner / Greenblatt M W
1-2
Harvard Art Museums,
Deknatel Lecture Hall
HAA 10 The Western Tradition: Art Since the Renaissance Zerner T Th
12-1
Sackler Building, Lecture Hall
HUM 11a The Art of Looking Roberts T
11:30-1
Harvard Art Museums,
Menschel Lecture Hall
HAA 18p The Japanese Woodblock Print Lippit T Th
11-12
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 51p Renaissance Architecture: The Global View Payne T Th
12-1
Harvard Art Museums,
Deknatel Lecture Hall
HAA 96a Architecture Studio I: Transformations Panzano W F
1-4
GSD, 522
HAA 96b Architecture Studio II: Connections Hong T Th
1-4
GSD, 522
HAA 100r Sophomore Excursion Seminar Kalavrezou / Necipoğlu / Payne Th
3-5
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 120n Art of the Timurids in Greater Iran and Central Asia Roxburgh Th
1-3
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 127s An Album of Sketches, Designs, and Drawings from Nineteenth-Century Qajar Iran Roxburgh W
3-5
Harvard Art Museums,
4th floor
HAA 138s Hellenistic Sculpture Bielfeldt W
3-5
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 161v Rome: Eternal City Connors T Th
1-2
Harvard Art Museums,
Deknatel Lecture Hall
HAA 171w Prints and the Circulation of Art and Images, 1700-1900  Zerner M
3-5
Harvard Art Museums,
4th floor
HAA 182w China in Twelve Artworks Wang Th
3-5

Harvard Art Museums, 0600

HAA 184x Painting of India Kim T
1-3
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 194w Worlds Fairs Blier M
1-3
Sackler Building, 318
EAS 220r Medieval Japanese Picture Scrolls McCormick T
1-3
2 Divinity Ave, 213
HAA 232k Alexander the Great and his Legacy (GSGE) Bielfeldt M
3-5
Boylston Hall, 203
HAA 240 Daily Life in Byzantium Kalavrezou W
1-3
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 268x Looking Back: Re-imagining an Introduction to the History of Western Art (GSGE) Hamburger / Koerner Th
1-3
Harvard Art Museums,
0600
HAA 278g Drawing: Object, Medium, Discourse Lajer-Burcharth / Rudy T
1-3
Harvard Art Museums,
4th floor
HAA 280r Topics in Chinese Art: The Design that Ruled China Wang W
1-3
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 286x Modern Japanese Art McCormick Th
1-3
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 291r Topics in Pre-Columbian and Colonial Art Cummins M
1-3
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 310b Works of Art: Materials, Forms, Histories
Note: This course is only open to first-year graduate students in HAA
Roxburgh W
11-1
Harvard Art Museums,
4th floor

 

Fall 2014

Course Title

Instructor(s) Time Location

FrSem 33j

Temples and Museums: Politics of Display and the Arts of South and Southeast Asia

Kim M
1-3
Sackler Building, 119

AIU 40

Monuments of Islamic Architecture

Necipoğlu / Roxburgh T Th
11-12
Sackler Building, 318
AIU 58 Modern Art and Modernity Lajer-Burcharth  / Buchloh / Gough T Th
12-1
Sackler Building, Lecture Hall
HAA 18k Intro to Japanese Art McCormick M W
11-12
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 22 The Architectural Imagination Hays / Naginski T Th
10:30-12
Sackler Building, Lecture Hall
HAA 65 Baroque Art Connors T Th
12-1
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 99 Senior Thesis Seminar Cummins M
3-5
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 137p Roman Dinner Party Bielfeldt M
3-5
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 143r Art of the Court of Constantinople Kalavrezou W
1-3
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 168v The Vatican Connors W
3-5
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 179x Construction Lab Mulligan M 10-11
F 2-5
GSD, 522
AAAS 188x Contemporary African Art Blier M
1-3
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 191w Image of the Black in Western Art  Bindman / Blier M
3-5
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 191x Books and Things in the Colonial World Cummins M W
10-11
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 224k Islamic Art Historiography Necipoğlu T
1-3
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 242 Issues of Interpretation in Medieval Art Hamburger M
1-3
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 270y The Philosophical Chamber Roberts / Lasser Th
1-3
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 271p Reading, Drawing, Printing Architecture Payne T
1-3
Sackler Building, 318
HAA 272e Painting and its Discontents Lajer-Burcharth Th
3-5
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 272z Post WWII European Art (Part II) Buchloh W
1-3
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 273m Drawing Operations from Fauvism to the Cut-Outs: Henri Matisse Gough W
3-5
Sackler Building, 515
HAA 275w The Thing Roberts T
1-3
Sever Hall, 305
HAA 279k William Kentridge Koerner / Koerner Th
1-3
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 282k Art of Indian Esoteric Buddhism Kim W
3-5
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 283s Chinese Art: Han through Tang Wang Th
3-5
Sackler Building, 406
HAA 289p Sotatsu Lippit Th
1-3
Sackler Building, 119
HAA 310a Methods and Theory of Art History Roxburgh W
11-1
Sackler Building, 515