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Art History

Code 14234
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements Don't apply.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face.
Work placements Not applicable.
Learning outcomes General Objectives and Learning Outcomes
It is intended that during the semester the students deepen a set of historical-artistic notions and concepts associated with the evolution of symbolic thought manifest in Art, and develop the necessary skills to relate their influence as a cultural and imaginary phenomenon.
At the end of the semester the student should be able to:
• Observe and critically analyze works of art from its earliest days;
• Associate artists and works with corresponding artistic styles and movements;
• Identify and associate historical events as a motive of artistic movements;
• Develop research group work in accordance with established parameters;
• Identify influences of artistic movements throughout the History of Art and Image.
Syllabus Before writing: The Paleolithic and the development of symbolic thought; Rock art; The Neolithic and the first communities. The Ancient Age. Preclassical civilizations. Classical Antiquity - Greece. Classical Antiquity - Rome. The end of the Ancient Age. The High Middle Ages. The Low Middle Ages. The Renaissance. The Baroque. From the isms to the 20th century vanguards: Brief contextualization.
Main Bibliography ALARCÃO, Jorge de (1993), História da Arte em Portugal. Do Paleolítico à Arte Visigótica. Lisboa: Alfa.
ARGAN, Giulio Carlo (1994), Guia de História da Arte. Lisboa: Estampa.
ECO, Umberto (dir.) (2009), História da beleza. Algés: Difel.
ELKINS, James (2004), On the strange place of religion in contemporary art. New york: Routledge.
ELKINS, James (2004), Pictures & tears: a history of people who have cried in front of paintings. New York: Routledge.
ELKINS, James (2002), Stories of Art. New York: Routledge.
ELKINS, James (2010), Visual Cultures. Bristol: Intellect.
FREEDBERG, David (1992), El Poder de las Imágenes: estudios sobre la Historia e la Teoria de la Respuesta. Madrid: Catedra.
GOMBRICH, E. H. (1972), A História da Arte. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar.
GOMBRICH, E. H. (1999), Norma y Forma: estudios sobre el arte del Renascimiento. Madrid: Debate.
GOMBRICH, E. H. (2003), Usos de las imágenes: estudios sobre la función social del arte y la comunicación. Barcelona: Debate
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria In this CU the attendance, the participation in classes and the activities proposed throughout the semester will be accounted for evaluation. It will be proposed a theoretical group work, focusing on the reading and synopsis of a book. Due to the considerable extension of the proposed program contents, one global test will be carried out.
The final grade will be calculated according to the following items:
• Participation / Attendance - 10%
• Group work - 40%
• Global Assessment Test - 50%
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-09-30

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