Courses

Graduate and undergraduate courses at the O’Donnell Institute draw on our scholars’ broad-ranging areas of specialization, and focus on artworks and other research materials held in Dallas-Fort Worth collections.

Olowe Of Ise (Nigerian, 1875 - 1938), Kneeling female figure with bowl (olumeye) c. 1910–c. 1938
Dallas Museum of Art, The Eugene and Margaret McDermott Art Fund, Inc., 2004.16.McD
Image courtesy Dallas Museum of Art
Courses at The O’Donnell Institute are taught by respected and insightful faculty in the Dallas area.

Spring 2017 courses include:

Undergraduate

  • AHST 1303.001, Survey of Western Art: Ancient to Medieval, Dr. Dianne Goode
  • AHST 1303.002, Survey of Western Art: Ancient to Medieval, Dr. Dianne Goode
  • AHST 2331, Understanding Art, Dr. Charissa Terranova
  • AHST 3316, The Art of the Baroque, Dr. Dianne Goode
  • AHST 3320, Asian Art, Dr. Melia Belli-Bose
  • AHST 3322, Modern Architecture, Dr. Charissa Terranova

Graduate

Recent courses have included ATEC 6353, Great Scientific Figures, Dr. Maximilian Schich; HUAS 6312, Data-Driven Art History, Dr. Maximilian Schich; HUAS 6312, From Bauhaus to Biohaus, Dr. Charissa Terranova; HUAS 6315, The Material Lives of Artworks, Dr. Sarah Kozlowski; and HUAS 7305, Portraiture, Dr. Mark Rosen.