Margaret L. Woodhull, Ph.D.

Margaret Woodhull's Courses

Current Courses:

Fall 2011

 

 HUMN 5025 - Methods and Texts of the Humanities 
 HUMN 5660 - Visual Arts: Interpretations and Contexts 
  •  HUMN 5025 - Methods and Texts of the Humanities 
  •  HUMN 5660 - Visual Arts: Interpretations and Contexts 

 

Past Courses:

Spring 2011

  • HUMN 5984: Art and Cultures of Empire
  • HUMN 5924: Directed Readings and Research in Interdisciplinary Humanities

 

All Courses:

Archaeological Methods

Art and Architecture of Egypt and the Ancient Near East

Art of Empire: From Antiquity to the Modern Era

Augustan Rome

Cities and Sanctuaries in the Ancient World

Directed Readings and Research in Interdisciplinary Humanities

Greek Art and Architecture

History of Architecture I

Humanities Methods and Texts

Imperial Designs: Art and Power in Athens and Rome

Roman Architecture

Roman Art and Architecture

Roman Identities: Culture and Identity in Ancient Rome and Contemporary Thought

Search for Meaning in Light of Western History and Religion (Rhodes College, Humanities Core Curriculum)

Sexuality Gender and Representation

The City in History and Theory

Visual Arts: Interpretations and Contexts

Women in the Arts of the Ancient Mediterranean


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