Universität Wien

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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Introductory and Orientation Period (15 ECTS)

BM 1 Introductory Course History of Art (5 ECTS)

BM 2 Introduction to History of Art I (5 ECTS)

BM 3 Introduction to History of Art II (5 ECTS)

Epochs (20 ECTS)

BM 4 Medieval Age I (from Late Antiquity through the Romanesque Period) (5 ECTS)

BM 5 Medieval Age II (Gothic and Late Gothic Periods) (5 ECTS)

BM 6 Renaissance and Baroque Periods (5 ECTS)

BM 7 Modern and Contemporary Periods (5 ECTS)

Case Studies (20 ECTS)

BM 8 Case Study I (10 ECTS)

080017 PS Case Study I: Nation and History: The Past Represented and Constructed - Myths, Staging, Fiction and Factuality

BM 9 Case Study II (5 ECTS)

080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions

BM 10 Case Study III (5 ECTS)

080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions

Special Topics (20 ECTS)

BM 11 Special Topics A (10 ECTS)

BM 12 Special Topics B (10 ECTS)

In-Depth Studies (20 ECTS)

BM 13 Methods/Theories in History of Art (5 ECTS)

080067 UE Course: Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616) and their Followers. - Treatises and Architectural Practice in Venice.

BM 14 Fields of Practice in History of Art (5 ECTS)

080097 UE Course: Modern Material - Materials of Modernity. - Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts of the Viennese Modernity 1890-1930

BM 15 Individual Specialisation (10 ECTS)

Final Stage (25 ECTS)

BM 16 Art in Vienna (5 ECTS)

BM 17 Seminar and Bachelor's Thesis I (10 ECTS)

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

BM 18 Seminar and Bachelor's Thesis II (10 ECTS)

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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