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Bachelor History of Art (635 [2] - Version 2011)

m.K. = mittlere Kunstgeschichte, n.K. = neuere Kunstgeschichte, nst.K = neueste Kunstgeschichte, zeu.K. = zentraleuropäische Kunstgeschichte, au.K. = außereuropäische Kunstgeschichte, byz.K. = byzantinische Kunstgeschichte.
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080017 PS Case Study I: Nation and History: The Past Represented and Constructed - Myths, Staging, Fiction and Factuality
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080067 UE Course: Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616) and their Followers. - Treatises and Architectural Practice in Venice.
080097 UE Course: Modern Material - Materials of Modernity. - Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts of the Viennese Modernity 1890-1930
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture

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