ARHA 417 / THE ROMAN MEDITERRAINAN
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Focus on the role Romans played within the broader Mediterranean landscape between its origin in the 8th century BC and Late Antiquity. Study of written sources and material remains showing how a process of interchange and exchange of ideas developed parallel with the gradual expansion of Roman power. Attention to the way Rome affected the life, architecture and art in areas that came under its dominion, but also to the impact foreign elements had on Roman society and material culture in its broad sense.

ARHA 421 / PAINTING IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Introduction to painting in the Ottoman Empire through the centuries, the art of miniature painting, manuscript illustration and album making in the Ottoman palace, the formation of a distinctive style developed through the interactions of the visual traditions of the East and West. The adoption of new techniques and styles such as murals and canvas painting as a result of encounters with Western art.

ARHA 422 / THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF TH
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Survey of the art and architecture of the Umayyad, Abbasids, Fatamids, Mongols, Seljuks, Timurids, Safavids, Mughals, and Ottomans. The period from the foundation of the Ottoman Empire to the founding of the Turkish Republic is given special emphasis.

ARHA 425 / INTRODUCTION TO HITTITE
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Aims to teach to beginners the Hittite cuneiform writing system and the essentials of the grammar of the Hittite language. Topics include the emergence and development of the cuneiform writing system, the decipherment of the Hittite cuneiform writing, Hittite Language and its decipherment, the sign repertory of the Hittite cuneiform, exercises in cuneiform; writing and reading, phonetic peculiarities of the Hittite language, nominal structure of Hittite; inflection, substantives and adjectives, categories of pronouns, verbal structure of Hittite; conjugation, voices and tenses.

ARHA 426 / INTRODUCTION TO LUWIAN
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Aims to teach to the beginners the Anatolian hieroglyphs and the basics of the Luwian grammar. Topics include the origins and development of the Anatolian hieroglyphs, the sign repertory of the Anatolian hieroglyphs, nominal and verbal structure of Luwian, some simple texts and excerpts from inscriptions.

ARHA 432 / ILLUSTRATION
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Contemporary issues in relation to drawing and illustration: creation of an image, sequential visual narrative, content. Utilizing drawing, printmaking, metaphor and visual thinking. Production via digital and traditional media.

ARHA 437 / EUROPE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE:
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Interactions between Europe and the Ottoman World through the centuries. Ottoman political presence in Europe and its impact on European culture starting with the 15th century. The "image of the Turk" in Europe shifting in the following centuries with different political alliances and different economic interests. The changes in Ottoman interest in the west starting in the 17th century, introduction of westernisms in technology, social life and the arts in view of political and economic relations.

ARHA 440 / HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THEORY OF A
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite: ARHA. 121 or consent of the instructor

The theoretical issues that have shaped scholarly approaches to the history of art; the history of the development of Art History as a discipline. The different methodologies currently used in the study of the history of art and visual culture.

ARHA 450 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 451 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 452 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 453 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 454 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 455 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 456 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 457 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 458 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 459 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 461 / EUROPEAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

A survey of European art, architecture and visual culture from the early modern era to World War One. Various aspects of the visual culture of Europe will be examined within its cultural, social, and political contexts.

ARHA 462 / EUROPEAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

A survey of European art, architecture and visual culture from World War One to the present. Various aspects of the visual culture of Europe will be examined within its cultural, social, and political contexts.

ARHA 465 / DATA MANAGEMENT IN ARCHITECTUR
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Understanding the need for and different techniques to organize and manage cultural heritage data. Theoretical and practical instruction in data management systems such as Geographical Information Systems, inventory tracking and organization programs for cultural institutions such as museums.

ARHA 467 / GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite: CPAP 100

Technical training in how to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software to enter, manage, manipulate, and display data. Theoretical and practical frameworks within which GIS is applied. Analytical tools in GIS to address geospatially significant questions in social sciences and humanities fields (e.g., archaeology, history, art history, sociology, migration studies).

ARHA 470 / CULTURAL HISTORY
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

Examines theoretical and working paradigms from anthropology, art history and critical theory to explore different approaches to selected issues in cultural history.

ARHA 471 / MODERN HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE L
Class: Credit: 3Prerequisite:

The course examines perceptions and representations of the Late Antique and Byzantine worlds in modern times. Approaches and transformations in the study of the discipline will be analyzed. Modern methods in history writing form an integral part of the course.