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  1. Week 1 5 items
    1. Lecture 1: Introduction to Stories of Art: What is Art History? (Joanna Pawlik) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Art history and its methods: a critical anthology - E. C. Fernie 1995

          Book Essential See: Eric Fernie, 'Introduction, A History of Methods', pp. 10-21. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Lecture 2: Putting the History in Art History (Flora Dennis) 1 item
      1. Core Reading 1 item
        1. Painting and experience in fifteenth century Italy: a primer in the social history of pictorial style - Michael Baxandall 1988

          Book Essential See: Chapter II 'The Period Eye', pp. 29-108 [particularly pp.36-56.] DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course

    3. Digital Skills: What is History / What is Art History? (Tim Hitchcock) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. The pursuit of history: aims, methods, and new directions in the study of modern history - John Tosh 2013

          Book Essential See: 'Uses of History'. E-book, see below for print-copy.

  2. Week 2 16 items
    1. Lecture 3: Classic Art: pots and patrons. (Liz James) 10 items
      1. Core Reading 3 items
        1. Looking at Greek vases - Tom Rasmussen, Nigel Jonathan Spivey 1991

          Book Essential M. Beard and M. Robertson, 'Adopting an Approach', pp. 1-36. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. Archaic and classical Greek art - Robin Osborne 1998

          Book Essential Read Ch.6: 'Marketing an Image, pp.87-114. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        3. Archaic and classical Greek art - Robin Osborne 1998

          Book Essential READ: Ch.8: 'Gay Abandon', pp.133-149. DIGITISED extract: Direct permission obtained from the publisher for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Further Reading for Liz's block 7 items
        1. Archaic and classical Greek art - Robin Osborne 1998

          Book Recommended

        2. Classical art: from Greece to Rome - Mary Beard, John Henderson 2001

          Book Recommended

        3. Icons - Robin Cormack, British Museum 2007

          Book Recommended

        4. Classics: a very short introduction - Mary Beard, John Henderson 2000

          Book Recommended

        5. Byzantine art - Robin Cormack 2000

          Book Recommended

    2. Lecture 4: Classy Art: flashing the cash. (Liz James) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Understanding Greek sculpture: ancient meanings, modern readings - Nigel Jonathan Spivey 1996

          Book Essential See: Chapter 2: 'The Greek Revolution', pp.17-53. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. Classical art: from Greece to Rome - Mary Beard, John Henderson 2001

          Book Essential See: Chapter 2: 'Moving Statues: Art in the Age of Imitation', pp.65-105. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Digital Skills: Reading History / Reading Art History? (Tim Hitchcock) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Telling the truth about history - Joyce Oldham Appleby, Lynn Avery Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob 1994

          Book Essential

        2. In defence of history - Richard J. Evans 2000

          Book Essential

    4. Seminar 2: The University 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Learning my lesson - Marina Warner 19 March 2015

          Article Essential

  3. Week 3 7 items
    1. Lecture 5: Do I look good in this? (Liz James) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Writing in gold: Byzantine society and its icons - Robin Cormack 1985

          Book Essential See: Chapter 5: 'Paradise Sought: The Imperial Use of Art'. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Lecture 6: Can you buy God? Private Patrons, Heavenly Viewers. (Liz James) 5 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. The art of Byzantium: between antiquity and the Renaissance - Thomas F. Mathews 1998

          Book Essential See: Chapter 2. "Icons" p 42-71. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. Heaven on earth: art and the Church in Byzantium - Linda Safran 1998

          Book Essential Chapter 3 "The Responding Icon" pp 58 - 80. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Seminar 3: Research and Resources 3 items
        1. Core Reading 3 items
          1. The undergraduate research handbook - Gina Wisker 2009

            Book Essential See: 'Starting Research', pp. 18-28. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  4. Week 4 7 items
    1. Lecture 7: Art and Devotion. (Flora Dennis) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Revaluing Renaissance art - Gabriele Neher, Rupert Shepherd 2000

          Book Essential pp 147-64. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course

    2. Lecture 8: The Art of Marriage in Renaissance bedrooms. (Flora Dennis) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Renaissance Siena: art for a city - Luke Syson 2007

          Book Essential See: 'Heroes and Heroines', pp. 220-221; 'The Story of Griselda' and 'Virtuous Men and Women', pp.230-245. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. Images and identity in fifteenth-century Florence - Patricia Lee Rubin c2007

          Book Essential Read chap 7 pp.228-271. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Seminar 4: Assessment - The Annotated Bibliography and Time Management 3 items
      1. Core Reading 3 items
        1. Critical thinking skills: developing effective analysis and argument - Stella Cottrell 2011

          Book Essential pp. 147-166. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. History of art: a students' handbook - Marcia R. Pointon, Lucy Peltz 1997

          Book Essential See: 'Reading Art History', from 5th edition pp. 108-129. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course

  5. Week 5 - Writing Week 0 items
  6. Week 6 21 items
    1. Lecture 9: The Art of Childbirth in Renaissance bedrooms. (Flora Dennis) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Picturing women in Renaissance and Baroque Italy - Geraldine A. Johnson, Sara F. Matthews Grieco 1997

          Book Essential Chapter 2: Imaginative Conceptions in Renaissance Italy (pp.42-60). DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        2. The Medici-Tornabuoni Desco da Parto in Context - Jacqueline Marie Musacchio 01/1998

          Article Essential

    2. Digital Skills: History on the Web I: Search and Retrieval. (Sharon Webb) 6 items
      1. Further Resources 6 items
        1. Ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google - Rachel Bruce, Neil Jacobs 11 July 2013

          Article Recommended

        2. Is Google Good for History? - Dan Cohen 07/01/2010

          Article Recommended

        3. Search engine society - Alexander M. Campbell Halavais 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        4. Review: Image Matters - Ludmilla Jordanova 2008

          Article Recommended

    3. Seminar 5: Trip to Brighton and Hove Museum & Art Gallery and Brighton Pavilion 0 items
    4. Lecture 10: Sculpture for the Study. (Flora Dennis) 13 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. At home in Renaissance Italy - Marta Ajmar, Flora Dennis 2006

          Book Essential "Bronzes" (pp.294-305). DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Further Reading 11 items
        1. At home in Renaissance Italy - Marta Ajmar, Flora Dennis 2006

          Book Recommended

        2. Italian Renaissance art - Stephen J. Campbell 2011

          Book Recommended

        3. Medieval and Renaissance art: people and possessions - Glyn Davies, Kirstin Kennedy, Victoria and Albert Museum 2009

          Book Recommended

        4. The art and ritual of childbirth in Renaissance Italy - Jacqueline Marie Musacchio 1999

          Book Recommended

        5. Art, marriage, and family in the Florentine Renaissance palace - Jacqueline Marie Musacchio 2008

          Book Recommended

        6. Images and identity in fifteenth-century Florence - Patricia Lee Rubin c2007

          Book Recommended

        7. Objects of virtue: art in Renaissance Italy - Luke Syson, Dora Thornton, British Museum 2001

          Book Recommended Other imprint available at the same shelfmark.

        8. Art in renaissance Italy, 1350-1500 - Evelyn S. Welch 2000

          Book Recommended

  7. Week 7 6 items
    1. Lecture 11: The Development of Canvas Painting in Italy and the Low Countries, 14th – 17th Centuries (Michele Robinson) 1 item
    2. Lecture 12 - Technology and Magic: Mirrors in Renaissance Italy (Michele Robinson) 2 items
    3. Seminar 6: Essay Skills 1 3 items
      1. Core Reading 3 items
  8. Week 8 4 items
    1. Lecture 13:The Art of War: Arms and Armour in the Renaissance (Michele Robinson) 1 item
      1. Core Reading 1 item
    2. Lecture 14:Women Artists of Renaissance Italy (Michele Robinson) 2 items
    3. Digital Skills: Interfaces to History/Art History (James Baker) 0 items
    4. Seminar 7: Using primary sources 1 item
      1. Core Reading 1 item
  9. Week 9 14 items
    1. Lecture 15: Art for Children in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Europe (Michele Robinson) 12 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
      2. Additional Reading 10 items
        1. The early modern Italian domestic interior, 1400-1700: objects, spaces, domesticities - Erin J. Campbell, Stephanie R. Miller, Elizabeth Carroll Consavari 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended [eBook, print below]

        2. The mirror: a history - Sabine Melchior-Bonnet 2002

          Book Recommended

        3. Women in Italian Renaissance culture and society - Letizia Panizza, University of Oxford. European Humanities Research Centre 2000

          Book Recommended

        4. Face to face: Flanders, Florence, and Renaissance painting - Paula Nuttall, Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery 2013

          Book Recommended

        5. The beginnings of Netherlandish canvas painting, 1400-1530 - Diane Wolfthal 1989

          Book Recommended Ch.2: 'Documentary evidence for canvas painting in Bruges, 1400-1530, pp.6-12. Notes, pp.195-196. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

        6. The beginnings of Netherlandish canvas painting, 1400-1530 - Diane Wolfthal 1989

          Book Recommended Read: Ch.4: 'Technique', pp.23-29. Notes, pp.200-202. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Lecture 16: Picturing everyday life (Geoff Quilley) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Art in Europe, 1700-1830: a history of the visual arts in an era of unprecedented urban economic growth - Matthew Craske 1997

          Book Essential See: Introduction. DIGITISED extract. Licenced for use by students registered on this course.

        2. The pleasures of the imagination: English culture in the eighteenth century - John Brewer 2013

          Book Essential See: Introduction. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Digital Skills: Archiving History / Art History 0 items
  10. Week 10 7 items
    1. Lecture 18: Portraiture and celebrity (Geoff Quilley) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. Joshua Reynolds: the creation of celebrity - Martin Postle, Mark Hallet, Tim Clayton, S. K. Tillyard 2005

          Book Essential See: Ch. 1. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Digital Skills: Organising History / Art History 0 items
    3. Seminar 9: Images and how to write about them 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. History of Art: A Student's Handbook - Marcia R. Pointon 2014

          Book Essential [eBook, print below] Read: 'The language of art history', pp. 82-107.

        2. History of art: a students' handbook - Marcia R. Pointon 2014

          Book Essential [Print] Read: 'The language of art history', pp. 82-107.

    4. Lecture 19: The meanings of landscape (Geoff Quilley) 3 items
      1. Core Reading 3 items
        1. Landscape and Western art - Malcolm Andrews 1999

          Book Essential See: Ch.1. DIGITISED extract. Licenced for use by students registered on this course.

        2. A companion to British art: 1600 to the present - Dana Arnold, David Peters Corbett 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential [eBook, print below] See: Sam Smiles, 'Landscape painting, c1770-1840', Ch. 17.

        3. A companion to British art: 1600 to the present 2013

          Book Essential [Print] See: Sam Smiles, 'Landscape painting, c1770-1840', Ch. 17.

  11. Week 11 2 items
    1. Lecture 20: Representing an expanding world: art, exploration and empire (Geoff Quilley) 2 items
      1. Core Reading 2 items
        1. The history of British art: 1600-1870 - David Bindman 2008

          Book Essential See: Romita Ray and Angela Rosenthal, ‘Britain and the World Beyond c.1600-c.1900’, pp. 84-119. DIGITISED extract. Licenced for use by students registered on this course.

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