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Curricular Connections

A remarkable variety of courses have used the museum's collections for teaching. Here is a list of courses that have used the collections in the museum's study-storage center from 1990 through 2012:

African and African American Studies

AAAS8 (10): Introduction to African and African American Studies

AAAS12: Black America to the Civil War (x-listed History 16)

AAAS15: History of Africa Since 1800

AAAS30: Black Images in Popular American Culture

AAAS30: The African American Woman Intellectual

AAAS43: Indigenous African Religions

AAAS44: Culture and Culture Change in Post Colonial Africa

AAAS80: Religion in Africa and the African Diaspora

AAAS87: The Harlem Renaissance (x-listed ArtH17)

Anthropology

Anthro1: Introduction to Anthropology

Anthro3: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Anthro5: Reconstructing the Past: Introduction to Archaeology

Anthro7: First Year Seminar: Ancient Women

Anthro7: First Year Seminar (Endicott)

Anthro7: First Year Seminar: Great Discoveries in Archaeology

Anthro10: Constructing Ethnic Identities in American Cultural History

Anthro11(32): Ancient Native Americans

Anthro12: The Anthropology of Art

Anthro12: The Politics of Gender in Art

Anthro12: Archaeology of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia

Anthro12: (Goldstein)

Anthro12: Museum Anthropology

Anthro17: Anthropology of Health and Illness

Anthro18: Introduction to Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology

Anthro20: Introduction to Ethnographic Field Work

Anthro22: Prehispanic Civilizations of Mesoamerica

Anthro23: Civilizations of the Ancient Near East

Anthro23: The Incas (x-listed LACS44)

Anthro24: Civilizations of Ancient Egypt

Anthro25: The Land of the Totem Poles: Native Peoples of the Northwest Coast

Anthro33: The Archaeology of the Andes

Anthro36: Culture and Culture Change in Post Colonial Africa

Anthro38 (47): Peoples of Oceania

Anthro38: Ancient Crafts and Society: Archaeological Approaches to Material Culture

Anthro39: The Inca

Anthro40: Indigenous Peoples and Cultures of North America

Anthro40: Peoples and Cultures of Native North America

Anthro44: Peoples and Cultures of Africa

Anthro44: Globalization from Above and Below

Anthro48 (53): The Anthropology of Religion

Anthro55: Death and Dying

Anthro57(47): Hunters and Gatherers

Anthro72: Museology and the Anthropology of Art

Anthro75: Ecology, Culture, and Environment

Anthro77: Art and Society in Melanesia

Anthro81: Museum Studies (T. Northern)

Anthro85: Independent Study with T. Northern

Anthro87: (T. Northern)

Art History

ArtH1: Introduction to the History of Art I

ArtH2: Introduction to the History of Art II

ArtH3: Monuments of Asian Art

ArtH7: First Year Seminar on Modernism

ArtH7: First Year Seminar on Abstract Art

ArtH7: First Year Seminar on Pompeii

ArtH7: First Year Seminar: Art Before Writing

ArtH7: First Year Seminar (A. Rosenthal)

ArtH7: First Year Seminar (McGrath)

ArtH7: First Year Seminar: Japanese Prints

ArtH7: First Year Seminar on Museums

ArtH7: First Year Seminar: Lessons in Visual Literacy

ArtH7: First Year Seminar: Knight, Death and the Devil

ArtH16: Contemporary Art and New Media in the U.S. and Britain, 1975 to Present

ArtH16: Gothic Art and Architecture

ArtH16: Women Artists (1500-2000) and Gender Theories

ArtH16: The Art of the American West

ArtH16: Islamic Art and Architecture

ArtH16: Photography as Art since the 1960's

ArtH16: The History of Photography

ArtH16: Art in Books/Books in Art

ArtH16: Paris in the Nineteenth Century

ArtH16: Impressionism and Post Impressionism

ArtH16: Survey of North American Art: 20th Century

ArtH16: Critical History of the United States Art Museum

ArtH16: History of African-American Art (x-listed: AAAS 88)

ArtH16: Modern Art in Mexico

ArtH16: Michelangelo

ArtH16: The Arts of India

ArtH16: Art Before Writing: From Caves to the Emergence of Cities

ArtH16: Ancient Art and Myth

ArtH16: Indigenous Australian Art and the Politics of Curation

ArtH16: Australian Aboriginal Art

ArtH16: Mexican Art

ArtH17(16): The Japanese Print Tradition

ArtH17(16): The Japanese Painting Tradition

ArtH17 (84): Abstract Expressionism

ArtH17: The Camera in 19th century Asia

ArtH17 (83): Mexican Muralism, 1920-1940

ArtH17: Sculpture and Modernity in Europe

ArtH17 (Schmidt-Linsenhoff)

ArtH17: African Art History

ArtH17: Pilgrimage, Tourism, and Travel in Japanese Art

ArtH17: Contemporary Women Artists

ArtH17: Contemporary Arts of Asia

ArtH17: Twentieth Century Art of Latin America

ArtH17 (16): Books as Art: Renaissance and Baroque Illustrated Books at Dartmouth

ArtH17: The Harlem Renaissance (x-listed AAAS87)

ArtH17: Experiments in Museum Practice and Experience

ArtH17: The Classical Revival in Europe and America

ArtH17: The Archaeology of Israel: From Prehistory to the Roman Period (x-listed JWST 41)

ArtH20: The Art of Ancient Egypt and the Ancient Near East

ArtH21 (33): The Art of Greece- Prehistoric to Classical

ArtH 25: Roman Art

ArtH30: Early Christian Art

ArtH31: Byzantine Art

ArtH33: Gothic Art and Architecture

ArtH35: Medieval Art

ArtH40: The Early Renaissance in Italy

ArtH40: Florence, 1400-1450

ArtH41: Northern Renaissance Art

ArtH42: The High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy

ArtH45: Southern Baroque Art

ArtH46: Northern Baroque Art

ArtH48: Gender, Race, and Politics in 18th century Visual Culture

ArtH50: American Art

ArtH50: Social History of North American Art: Colonial Era to 1900

ArtH50: Romanticism

ArtH51: Visions of Modernity: The Nineteenth Century

ArtH51: Realism, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism

ArtH53: Classic Modernism

ArtH54: The First Crisis of Modernism

ArtH55: Late and Post Modernism: Art from 1945 to the Present

ArtH60: The Arts of China

ArtH61 (62): The Arts of Japan

ArtH65: Japanese Prints

ArtH70: American Encounters: From Conquest to 1900 (formerly The Social History of North American Art, Part I)

ArtH71: The "American Century": Modern Art in the United States (formerly The Social History of North American Art, Part II)

ArtH80: History of Museums and Collecting

ArtH80: The Japanese Print

ArtH80: Advanced Seminar in Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture

ArtH80: The Art of the American West

ArtH81: Italian Renaissance Portraiture

ArtH81: Hapsburg Seminar

ArtH81: Art and Society in Melanesia

ArtH81: Asian Photography

ArtH82: The Neoclassical Ideal

ArtH82: Women in the Arts of Japan

ArtH82: Angelica Kauffman: Art and Gender in the 18th and early 19th century Europe

ArtH82: Surrealism Seminar

ArtH82: History of Museums and Collecting

ArtH83: Cubism

ArtH83: Klee, Kandinsky, and the Artists of the Blue Rider

ArtH84 (82)(17) The Blue Rider Group

ArtH84: Women Artists and Gender Theories

ArtH84 (17): Rembrandt as an Etcher

ArtH84(85): Women Artists

ArtH85: Senior Seminar in Art Historical Method and Practice I

ArtH86: Senior Seminar in Art Historical Method and Practice II

Asian and Middle Eastern Language and Literature

AMELL61: Dilemmas of the Modern: Japanese Culture in the 20th Century

AMELL62: Early Chinese Culture

AMELL63: The Karma of Love: Japanese Women Writers and the Classical Canon

ARAB23: Intermediate Level Modern Standard Arabic

JAPN31: Advanced Japanese

JAPN33: Advanced Japanese

JAPN61: The Art of War: Stories, Paintings, Films, and Propaganda from Japan's Modern Wars

Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

AMES42: Visual Culture of Tibet and the Himalayas (x-listed Religion 40)

Chinese

Chinese 62: Early Chinese Culture (x-listed History 73)

Classical Studies

CLST1: Antiquity Today: Introduction to Classical Studies

CLST4: Classical Mythology

CLST6: Introduction to Classical Archaeology

CLST7: First Year Seminar: Constantine

GRS7: First Year Seminar (Ulrich)

CLST7: First Year Seminar (Sullivan)

CLST7: First Year Seminar: The Idea of Rome

CLST11: Slaves, Wives, and Concubines

CLST11: Who Owns the Past?

CLST11: Sports and Democratization

GRS17 (22): Roman History-The Republic

GRS18: History of the Roman Empire

CLST19: Methods and Theory in Ancient History

GRS21: From Disaster to Triumph- Greek Archaeology from the Destruction of the Mycenae to the Persian Wars

CLST22: Greek Classical Archaeology: City-States and Panhellenic Sanctuaries

GRS24 (54): Etruscan and Early Roman Archaeology: The Rise of Rome

GRS25: Early Roman Imperial Archaeology

CLST25: Early Roman Archaeology: The First Emperors

GRS26: Later Roman Imperial Archaeology: The Golden Age and Beyond

GRS30: Introduction to Museology

GRS52 (53): Greek Classical Archaeology

GRS55: (Bradley)

College Courses

CoCo2: The Classical Tradition and the Modern World, 1750-2000

CoCo2 (12): Reading Artifacts: The Material Culture of Science

CoCo3: From Pole to Pole: An Introduction to the Earth's Cold Regions

CoCo4: Bauhaus

CoCo5: Inside Out; Prison, Women and Performance

CoCo9: Imaging Power: Ideology, Authority and Representation in Medieval Europe

CoCo10: The Performative Body

CoCo21: War Zones: Cultural Issues in Twentieth Century War

Comparative Literature

CompLit7: First Year Seminar: Questions of Travel

CompLit7: First Year Seminar: The City and Suburb

CompLit7: First Year Seminar (Miliotes)

CompLit10: Creating in Partnership in Surrealism: 1924-1969

CompLit18: Transformations Across Media

CompLit27: Dr. Frankenstein to Mr. Hyde

CompLit29: Postmodernism

CompLit52: The Borderlands: Latina/o Writers in the United States

CompLit52: Cultures and Colonialism in the Spanish Speaking Caribbean: 1898 and the Transition Between Empires.

CompLit61: Outsider Art or the Primitive Within

CompLit62: Film as Poetry: The Avant Garde

CompLit64: Literature and History: Metaphors in the Making

CompLit65: Literature, Science, and Madness

CompLit67: Surrealism and Feminism

CompLit73: Spectacle and Exhibitionism

CompLit100: Culture and Psychoanalysis

Earth Sciences

EARS1: Introduction to Earth Sciences

Education

Education 41: Principles of Elementary School Teaching

English

English 5: Literature and Composition

English 7: First Year Seminar: Writing and Photography

English 7: First Year Seminar: The African American Woman Intellectual

English 7: First Year Seminar: Buddhism in American Literature

English 7: First Year Seminar: Writing About Art

English 7: First Year Seminar: Sense and Surveillance

English 17: Introduction to New Media

English 31: The Age of Johnson

English 34: Romantic Poetry

English 37: Victorian Literature and Culture, 1860-1901

English 45: Native American Literature

English 53: Twentieth Century British Fiction 1900-1939

English 67: Woolfenstein

Engineering Sciences

ENGS2: Integrated Design: Engineering, Architecture, and Building Technology

Environmental Studies

ENVST1: Humans and Nature in America

ENVST7: The Environment of Africa

ENVST7: Ecopsychology

ENVST15: From Pole to Pole: Environmental Issues from the Earth's Cold Regions

ENVST80: Sustainable Agriculture: Past Developments and Future Projects

ENVST80: Arctic Environmental Change and Its Human Dimensions

ENVST80: Writing Our Way Home

ENVST80: Polar Science, Policy, and Ethics

Film and Television Studies

Film Studies 1: Introduction to Film

Film and Television Studies 7:First Year Seminar (Lawrence)

Film and Television Studies class (Jim Brown)

Film and Television Studies 40: Theories and Methodologies of Film and Television Studies

Film and Television Studies 41: Film as Poetry: The Avant Garde

Film and Television Studies 46: Topics in Television: Broadcast and Electronic Journalism

Film and Television Studies 47: Topics in Film and Media Studies: The Hollywood Star

Film and Television Studies 47: Topics in Film and Media Studies: Handmade Strategies

Film and Television Studies 48: Topics in Digital Culture and New Media Technologies: Games and Playculture

Film and Television Studies 48: New Media: Theory and Practice

Film and Television Studies 48: The Map (x-listed SArt 17)

Film and Television Studies 50: Topics in Film Theory: Cyber-Disciplinarity

Film and Television Studies 50: Topics in Film Theory: Cyber-Theory

Film Studies 70: Senior Seminar

French

French 8: A Cultural Approach to Advanced Writing and Speaking

French 8: Exploring French Culture and Language

French 10: Introduction to French Literature

French 10: Travel and Literature

French 10: Fiction and National Identity

French 10: Anatomy of Passion: Couples in Love

French 20: Interpreting French Culture: France and the Other

French 23: Introduction to French Literature II: Neoclassicism and the Eighteenth Century

French 24: Introduction to French Literature and Culture III: The Nineteenth Century

French 25: Introduction to French Literature and Culture IV: The Twentieth Century

French40: French Literature: The Approach through Genre

French50: French Literature and Surrealism

French 80: Surrealism in Art, Literature, and Culture (1924-1969)

French 80 (40): The Literary Portrait

French 80: La Vie Intime

French 80: Photographie, Litterature, et Societe

Geography

Geography 1: Introduction to Human Geography

Geography 11: Qualitative Methods and the Research Process in Geography

Geography 25: Social Justice and the City

Geography 41: Gender, Space, and Islam (x-listed WGST 37.2)

German

German2: Introductory German II

German65: Prose Fiction-Realism

German81: Literary Realisms 1848-1900

Government

Government 7: First Year Seminar: Politics and Culture in Cuba

History

History 1: The United States, 1763-1877

History 2: History of the United States since 1877

History 6: Cloth, Dress, and Identity in Africa and the Diaspora

History 6: History of the American West

History 6: Women and Gender in the African Diaspora

History 7: First Year Seminar: Shogun and Samarai

History 7: First Year Seminar (Estabrook)

History 7: First Year Seminar: After the Revolution: New England in American Culture

History 7: First Year Seminar: Harem: Imagination and Reality

History 14: The Invasion of America: American Indian History Pre-Contact to 1830 (x-listed NAS14)

History 16: Black American to the Civil War (x-listed AAAS12)

History 18: United States Political History in the Nineteenth Century

History 20: American Intellectual and Cultural History through the Civil War
History 27: Gender and Power in American History from the Colonial Period to the Civil (x-listed WGST23)

History 35: The Creation of America in the Age of Jefferson

History 66 History of Africa Since 1800

History 68: Nationalism and Decolonialization in Modern Africa

History 73: Early Chinese Culture (x-listed Chinese 62)

History 83: The Great Depression

History95: The Automobile in American Life

History 95: American Material Culture

History 96: Lewis and Clark in the American West

History 96: Topics in Medieval History

History 96: Topics in African Social and Economic History

History 96: Native American History in the U.S. West, 1500-1890: Contact, Conflict, and Survival (x-listed NAS 81)

Italian

Italian 1: Introductory Italian

Italian 24: Nineteenth Century Italian Literature and Culture

Italian 34: Renaissance Studies in Translation

Italian 55: Humanism and Renaissance

Italian 57 (23): Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Italian Literature and Culture

Jewish Studies

Jewish Studies 4: Religion of Israel: The Hebrew Bible

Jewish Studies 7: First Year Seminar (Kangas)

Jewish Studies 15: Cities of the Biblical World

Jewish Studies 41: The Archaeology of Israel: From Prehistory to the Roman Period (x-listed ArtH17)

Jewish Studies 41: Cities of the Biblical World

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

LACS41: Representations of/from Latinos in the Media and the Arts

LACS44: The Incas (x-listed Anthro23)

LACS49: Mexican Muralism, 1920-1940

Master of Liberal Studies

MALS308 (215): Surrealism

MALS190: The West as America

MALS300: Art and Math

Math

Math 5: Pattern: An Interdisciplinary Course in Textile Design and Elementary Group Theory

Music

Music 4: Music of Non-Western Peoples

Music 9: Music Visualization

Native American Studies

NAS7: First Year Seminar: America's Indian

NAS8: Perspectives in Native American Studies

NAS10: Peoples and Cultures of Native North America

NAS15: American Indian History 1830 to Present

NAS11(20): Ancient Native Americans

NAS14: The Invasion of America: American Indian History Pre-Contact to 1830 (x-listed History 14)

NAS21: Indigenous Peoples and Cultures of North America

NAS21: Peoples and Cultures of Native North America

NAS25: Indian Country Today

NAS25: Native Americans in Contemporary Society

NAS30: Contemporary Native American Art

NAS30: The Arts and Cultures of Western Native North America

NAS30: Sacred Objects, Sacred Persons: Understanding Native American Religion

NAS30: Perspectives in American Indian Studies

NAS30: Native Knowledge Systems and Material Culture

NAS35: Native American Literature

NAS42: Gender Issues in Native American Life

NAS49: The Land of the Totem Poles: Native Peoples of the Northwest Coast

NAS54: Who Owns Native Culture?

NAS80: Issues in Contemporary Native American Art

NAS81: Lewis and Clark in the American West

NAS81: Native American History in the U.S. West, 1500-1890: Contact, Conflict, and Survival (x-listed History 96)

Philosophy

Philosophy 23: Philosophy of Art

Philosophy 80: Advanced Seminar: Philosophy of Images

Physics

Physics 7: First Year Seminar

Religion

Religion 1: Patters of Religious Experience

Religion 4: Religion of Israel: The Hebrew Bible

Religion 7: First Year Seminar: Egypt Religion

Religion 7: First Year Seminar: Beginnings and Ends of Time

Religion 10: The Religions of China

Religion 14: Women and Religion in Africa

Religion 19: Christianity in Europe, 1400-1700: Reformation and Counter Reformation

Religion 19: Tibetan Buddhism

Religion 20: theoretical Approaches to the Study of Myth: Interpreting Ancient Near Eastern Mythology

Religion 23(55): Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Myth: Interpreting Ancient Near Eastern Mythology

Religion 39: (Amadiume)

Religion 40: Visual Culture of Tibet and the Himalayas (x-listed AMES42)

Religion 50: Indiginous African Religions (x-listed AAAS43)

Religion 51: The Virgin of Guadalupe: From Tilma to Tattoo

Religion 55: Ancient Egyptian Religion

Religion 58: The Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israelite Archaeology

Religion 79: Religion and the American Civil War

Religion 81: Orientalism and the Origins of Religion

Russian

Russian 15: Introduction to Russian Civilization

Russian 32: Modern Russian Literature in Translation

Sociology

Sociology 7: First Year Seminar on Hurricane Katrina

Spanish

Spanish 7: First Year Seminar (Sokol)

Spanish 20: The Spanish Language: Advanced Training through Contemporary Spanish Culture

Spanish 31: Introduction to Hispanic Literature II: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Spanish 32: Introduction to Hispanic Literature III: The 20th Century

Spanish 50: Gender and Sexuality in Hispanic Studies

Spanish 54: Spanish Poetry of the Renaissance and Baroque

Spanish 57: From Romanticism to Realism: Spanish Intellectuals and the New Bourgeois State

Spanish59: Avant-Garde Movements and Social Poetry in Spain

Spanish 60: Exile, Repression, and Writing in Post-Civil War Spain

Spanish 69: Modernismo and Vanguardia

Spanish 80: Senior Seminar in Hispanic Studies: Romanticism and Realism in Spain during the 19th century

Studio Art

SArt10: Basic Design

SArt15: Drawing I

SArt16: Sculpture I

SArt17: Site Specific Art and Landscape Design

SArt17: The Map (x-listed Film and Television Studies 48)

SArt20: Drawing II

SArt21: Sculpture II

SArt22: Figure Drawing

SArt23: Figure Sculpture

SArt25: Painting I

SArt26: Printmaking I- Lithography

SArt27: Printmaking I- Intaglio

SArt28: Printmaking II

SArt29: Photography I

SArt30: Photography II

SArt31: Painting II

SArt65: Architecture I

SArt66: Architecture II

SArt68: Architecture III

SArt71: Drawing III

SArt72: Painting III

SArt73: Sculpture III

SArt75: Photography III

SArt76: Senior Seminar I

SArt77: Senior Seminar II

Theater

Theater 1: Introduction to Theater Studies

Theater 10: The Theatricality of War

Theater 10: African Theater

Theater16: History of Early Modern Theater and Drama

Theater 28: Dance Composition

Theater 30: Acting I

Theater 38: Movement for Actors I

Drama 46: Costume History and Design I

Drama 47: Costume History and Design II

Theater48: Costume Design I

Drama49: Costume Design II

Theater 19: Modern Drama II

Theater92: Senior Seminar

Women's and Gender Studies

WS7: Women and Surrealism

WGST7: First Year Seminar: In the Eyes/"I's" of Surrealist Women Artists

WGST7: First Year Seminar: Women, Art, and Politics

WGST10: Sex, Gender, and Society

WS23: French Women- Artists and Writers

WGST23: Gender and Power in American History from the Colonial Period to the Civil War (x-listed History 27)

WGST25: Women and Gender in Africa: Historical Perspectives

WGST30: Why the Devil Wears Prada: Economics of the Fashion Industry

WGST 37.2: Gender, Space, and Islam (x-listed Geography 41)

WGST40: The Borderlands: Latina/o Writers in the United States

WGST45: Women Artists (1500-2000) and Gender Theories

WS45: Surrealism and Feminism

WS45: Contemporary Women Artists

WGST80: Feminist Theory and Methodology

Writing Program

Writing 2: (Boone)

Writing 2: (Moody)

Writing 3: (Chaney)

Writing 5: (Thum)

Writing 5: (Nichols)

Writing 5: (Crocker)

Writing 5: (Gamboa)

Writing 5: Frankenstein (Zeiger)

Writing 8: Writing With Media

Dartmouth Medical School

DMS elective: The Art and Craft of Medicine

DMS elective: Art of Observation

 


Last Updated: 5/9/13