Online Course Reserves

The online course reserves are maintained by faculty assistants with guidance from the Digital Media Services and Image Archive department. For those course that have online reserves, you will need a password to gain access. Please email the course assistant or jason.varone@nyu.edu with any questions or concerns.

Spring 2014

Pre-modern Asia

Chinese Secular Painting in Asian Perspective, 10th to 15th Centuries
Jonathan Hay

Place, Landscape, and Travel in the Arts of South Asia
Dipti Khera

Picturing Alterity in Japan
Anton Schweizer
Course reserves are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House

Pre-modern Africa and the Middle East

Islamic Figurative Sculpture: An Introduction
Finbarr Barry Flood

The Ancient Mediterranean and Middle East, Including Egypt

Wealth: Greek Art from the Beginning
Günter Kopcke

Approaches to Greek and Roman Art and Architecture
Clemente Marconi

Portraiture in Ancient Egypt: A Cross-cultural Perspective
David O’Connor

Women in Ancient Egyptian Art: An Understudied Category
David O’Connor

Ancient Roman Art And Arcaheology of Western Asia Minor (Modern Turkey)
Katherine Welch

Pre-modern Europe and the Americas

New Developments in the Study of New Spanish Painting
Jonathan Brown

The Contest of the Arts in France 1660-1740: The Visual Arts With and Against
Drama, Music, Dance, Gardens and the Decorative Arts
Thomas Crow

Titian to Tintoretto: Topics in Venetian Painting
William Hood
Course reserves are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House

Architectural Space and Decoration in Eighteenth-Century Europe
Meredith Martin
Course reserves are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House

The Sculptural Imagination in Italian Renaissance Art
Patricia Rubin

Advanced Study in Medieval and Renaissance Architecture Culture
Marvin Trachtenberg

Post-1750 Global

Art Collecting in the USA
Jonathan Brown

Soho in the 1970s: Alternative Spaces and the Formation of an Artistic Community
Thomas Crow
Class related files, with the exception of readings, are located online hereOpen link in new window. All course readings are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House
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Artworks in Progress: The Changing Materiality of Things (18th-21st Century)
Noémie Etienne

Susceptible Geometries: Critical Problems in Abstraction Now
Briony Fer
Course reserves are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House

Art Historical Hermeneutics
Robert Lubar

Painters/Sculptors
Robert Lubar

John Cage & Experimental Composition: Paradigm of Postmodern Art
Julia Robinson

Arbus, Friedlander, Winogrand
Robert Slifkin
Course reserves are located offline on a computer in the Mac lab at the Duke House

Sites of Contemporary Art, Mexico City and Oaxaca
Edward Sullivan
Course reserves can be found in NYU Classes via NYUHome.

Museum and Curatorial Studies

The Art Museum: An Imperfect Construct?
Philippe de MontebelloOpen link in new window

The Paul Lott Lectureship
Curatorial Studies: Exhibition Practices
Diana Craig Patch and Adela Oppenheim 

Topics in Museum Studies: Art Exhibition History from 1960
Bruce J. Altshuler
This course is cross-listed from the Museum Studies Department and meets on Washington Square.

Topics in Museum Studies: The Museum Life of Contemporary Art
Glenn Wharton
This course is cross-listed with the Museum Studies Department and meets at 240 Greene Street, Room
410