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A Art History Research Guide
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
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A Classics Research Guide
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
resources to help Classics, Ancient Mediterranean Studies, and the study of civilization and cultural achievements of ancient Greece and Rome
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AAS 190: The Black Athlete (Anderson)
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 16, 2013
This seminar examines the roles, contradictions, struggles, and triumphs of African American athletes as symbols of racial uplift, resistance, economic advancement, and democracy during the late 19th and throughout the 20th centuries.
ARTHIST 104: Great Buildings (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Great Buildings stand as icons of their respective cultures, embodying religious, social, and political ideals; economic and technological realities; and aesthetic aspirations.
Tags: architecture
ARTHIST 190 / AFS 190: Objects, Biographies, and the Art of Curating
by Kim Collins, Elizabeth McBride - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
This course will explore what it means to curate, with a focus on how museum curators present to museum audiences objects identified with the Senufo linguistic and cultural group of West Africa.
ARTHIST 213 Ancient Egypt Art 3000 - 1550,BC (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
An introduction to the art of ancient Egypt from the late Predynastic Period through the Old and Middle Kingdoms to the end of the Second Intermediate Period.
ARTHIST 221 Ancient Greek Art and Architectural (Fall 2013)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Aug 2, 2013
Ancient Greek art and architecture from its Dark Ages beginnings through the legacy of Alexander the Great, concentrating on monumental stone sculpture, ordered buildings, the visual interpretation of Greek mythology, etc.
ARTHIST 233: Introducing Medieval Buildings (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Medieval architecture revolutionized the building and aesthetic principles employed in the ancient world. The focus of this course will be multi-national, covering topics such as architectural systems and how building responds to function.
ARTHIST 282 Art of East and South Africa (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Visual arts and architecture of Africa from the from the Horn to the Cape of Good Hope with emphases on the major monuments of early coastal and southern African states.
ARTHIST 365/AFS 389: Postcolonial Arts of Africa: identity Matters (Fall 2013)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
This course looks at African arts created from diverse mediums in different parts of the continent to assess how art and identity intersect with postcolonial, transnational, and international experiences.
ARTHIST 480RW Gaudi, FLWright, and Le Corbusier (Spring 2014)
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
This seminar will examine the principles and development of modern architecture through the work of three architects with very different approaches to modernism
ARTHIST 590: Methods and the Profession
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 27, 2011
Digital Art History
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
Inspired by the report, Transitioning to a Digital World: Art History, Its Research Centers, and Digital Scholarship, by Diane M. Zorich for the Kress Foundation and CHMN
Digital Humanities
by Kim Collins, Brian Croxall - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
This guide is intended to point users toward resources that are currently available to help them incorporate technology into their research and get involved in digital humanities research.
Tags: digital humanities, humanities
Fall 2012 Woodruff Library Newsletter
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Sep 19, 2012
Fall 2013 Emory Library News
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Oct 14, 2013
Humanities take on October 2013 issue of Information for Social Scientists (ISS) is now available at http://guides.main.library.emory.edu/IFSS_October2013
Finding Images: a guide to using visual resources
by Kim Collins, Melanie Kowalski - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Quick overview of searching for images at Emory's Robert W Woodruff Library and beyond
High Museum of Art Power Users
by Jon Bodnar, Kim Collins - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
High Museum of Art and the Emory University Libraries have a MOA that allows several HMA staff to have access to Emory resources for their research needs.
IDS216: Visual Studies: The Image
by Kim Collins, James Steffen - Last Updated Oct 11, 2013
This course is designed to introduce the history and theory of visual studies through an exploration of the image, more specifically, the photographic image.
ILA 790: Call and Response
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins - Last Updated Jan 6, 2012
Theorizing Culture, Race and Gender in Racial Formations, ILA 790 is a introductory prose Seminar in African American Studies.
Spring 2013 Emory Library News
by Kim Collins - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
News from Emory's Robert W Woodruff Library, Spring 2013 Based on the ISS Newsletter, issue 50, by Liz McBride, http://guides.main.library.emory.edu/IFSS_March2013
Ten Things for Grad Students to Know about the Libraries
by Erica Bruchko, Kim Collins, Woodruff Library, Erin Mooney, Chris Pollette - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
Ten Things for Graduate Students to Know About the Emory Libraries
The ARTHIST 329 Reconstructing Ancient Rome guide (Fall 2012)
by Kim Collins, Brian Croxall - Last Updated Feb 4, 2013
This course will consider the history and topography of Ancient Rome by investigating monuments on Pirro Ligorio's Anteiquae Urbis Imago map of 1561
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