Christian Art, East and West (I)
This course gives an overview of the use of images and symbols, their aesthetic properties, iconography and meaning within the Christian tradition, from the early days of Christianity until the fall of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire. Students will learn about different styles and approaches to images both in the Christian East and West, as well as about the textual sources for understanding and interpreting art in church/liturgical contexts.
By the end of the course, students are expected to be able to:
- demonstrate knowledge of major themes, concepts and periods in the history of Christian art/visual representations, from the early Christian times until the end of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire
- dentify major stylistic properties of artworks from different periods
- compare and contrast iconographic and stylistic/visual properties of artworks and individual artists from different periods
- discuss the properties and meaning of individual artworks within the broader historical, social and cultural contexts
Reservation för revidering av litteraturen.
De Capoa, Chiara , 2004. Old Testament figures in art ( A guide to Imagery). J. Paul Getty Museum Publications: Los Angeles California. (160 s.)
Džalto, Davor, 2019. Icons: The Orthodox understanding of Images and the Western influence . I: European History Online S. 15 (15 s.) (tillgänglig online)
Fleming, John & Honour, Hugh , 2018. A World of history of art . 7 uppl. London: Laurence King Publishing. (150 s.)
Beckwitt, John , 1986. Early Christian and Byzantine Art . 4 uppl. London : Phaidon Press. (410 s.)
Williamson , Beth , 2004. Christian Art: A very short introduction (Very short Introductions). London & New York : Oxford University Press. (90 s.)
Zuffi , Stefano, 2003. Gospel Figures in Art (Guide to Imagery Series). Los Angeles California: J. Paul Getty Museum Publishing. (150 s.)
Schemat finns tillgängligt senast en månad innan kursen startar. Vi rekommenderar inte att du skriver ut schemat eftersom vissa ändringar kan ske.
BetygA = Framstående, B = Mycket bra, C = Bra, D = Tillfredsställande, E = Tillräcklig, Fx = Otillräcklig, komplettering möjlig, F = Otillräcklig
General requirements for university studies
Completion of a course requires a minimum of 80% attendance at lectures and 100% attendance at seminars/group work and other assignments. Absence beyond that can be compensated by supplementing assignment(s) if the instructor finds it possible. In case of an absence of 50% or more, the course is considered as interrupted, even if assignments have been completed.
If a student due to disability has a decision from the EHS on special pedagogical support, the examiner shall, if necessary, adapt the examination and conduct the examination in an alternative way.
Fastställd av Ämnesföreträdarkollegiet vid Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm den 22 januari 2020.