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Teaching in Early Modern

Teaching in Early Modern

The courses offered change from year to year, but recent early modern offerings have included:

BA1 Courses

  • Looking at the Overlooked: an introduction to early modern still life
    Taught by Thomas Balfe
  • Display as Discourse: Persian Manuscripts in London Collections
    Taught by Melanie Gibson (2016-17) and Sussan Babaie (2013- )
  • The Possibilities of Portraiture
    Taught by Naomi Lebens
  • Hogarth in London
    Taught by John Chu
  • Rubens in Paint and Paper
    Taught by Caroline Rae

BA2 Courses

BA3 Courses

  • Mughal Painting 1555-1748
    Taught by Ursula Weekes
  • Representing Nature in Early Modern Europe
    Taught by Thomas Balfe
  • Caravaggio & Caravaggism in 17th-century Painting
    Taught by Sheila McTighe

Postgraduate Diploma

  • Rococo to Revolution: Painting and Sculpture in France c.1715-1790
    Taught by Katie Scott
  • Seventeenth-century Art in Italy, Spain and France 
    Taught by Sheila McTighe

MA

  • Art, Object, Sense: Crossings in the Anthropology and Art History – the case of eighteenth-century France
    Taught by Katie Scott
  • Bodies of Knowledge in the Early Modern Netherlands, c. 1540 – c. 1660
    Taught by Joanna Woodall
  • Made in Britain: Forging a Visual Art for a Nation at War, 1793-1815
    Taught by David Solkin and Mark Hallett
  • Modernity and Antiquity in British Architecture, 1615-1815
    Taught by Christine Stevenson
  • Persian Painting and Transcultural Visuality: from the Mongols to the Safavids (14th-17th Centuries)
    Taught by Sussan Babaie
  • Print Culture and the Early Modern Arts in Italy, France and Spain
    Taught by Sheila McTighe

 

See also undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses

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