Oct 18, 2018  
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ART 558 - The Art of King Arthur

(3 credits)
This course examines representations of the tales of King Arthur and his court in both visual and textual form, from the Middle Ages, the nineteenth century, and contemporary culture, in order to both situate these stories in their original context and understand their enduring interest up to our own time. The focus of the course is not on rediscovering the historical Arthur, but instead on understanding the different meanings that Arthurian materials have held for different audience at different points in time. The graduate version of this course is distinguished by an emphasis on the study of medievalism in art and art history


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