History of Art
Undergraduate Concentration Programs
Undergraduate Courses (by division)
Students concentrating in the history of art are
required to discuss their program with a departmental concentration
advisor at least once a year, and are strongly urged to do so
at least once every Fall/Winter Term. These advising appointments
are scheduled through the Department office (110 Tappan Hall).
However, progress toward the satisfaction of the many and varied
LS&A distribution requirements should be monitored by an
LS&A academic advisor (1255 Angell Hall). While every effort
is made to apprise students of the various Departmental and College
regulations and to monitor student progress, the ultimate responsibility
for assuring that all requirements are met rests with the student.
Museum of Ancient and Medieval Archaeology
- database of art, architectural, and museum object images.
The images included in the database currently come from four
collections: University of Michigan Museum
of Art; Kelsey
Museum of Archeology; Slide and Photograph Collection; Department
of the History
of Art; Los Angeles Chicano Murals, Private Photograph Collection, Susan Atkins
of Art's Visual Resource Collection
of All Art History Links Pages
- An annotated directory of more than 400 links for students
of Art History.
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