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ARTS 3310
Studies in World Art of the Early Modern Era.
Three semester hours.
Features study of the arts of selected cultures, periods, themes, and artists in a range of European, American, and non-Western settings during the early modern era. Renaissance and Baroque Europe; Postclassic Mesoamerica; the Late Intermediate Period of the Andes; ancient native American cultures of the North American southern plains and greater southwest; Spanish Colonial and Republican-era Latin America all represent possible sources for topics. Prerequisites: ARTS 1301, 1303 or 1304, or consent of instructor. May be repeated once when topic changes.

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