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.
Spring 2017 courses include:
- 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
- ATEC 6353, Visualization Research, Dr. Maximilian Schich
- HUAS 6312, Beauty, Dr. Rick Brettell, at the Dallas Museum of Art
- HUAS 6315, Indian Art, Dr. Anne Bromberg, at the Dallas Museum of Art
- HUAS 7305, Social History of Art, Dr. Mark Rosen
- HUAS 6315.002, Islamic Art, Dr. Sabiha Al Khemir and Dr. Melia Belli-Bose, at the Dallas Museum of Art
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.