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The new study guide (incl. teaching schedules) for academic year 2018-2019 can be found at https://studyguide.utu.fi. This site contains only previous years' guides.

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TAHI9701 The Baltic Sea Region in Art History 3–5 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Baltic Sea Region Studies
Faculty of Humanities

Learning outcomes

After the course students will have an overview of art history of the Baltic Sea region in relation to western art historical tradition and also a deeper understanding of certain aspects in art history of the area. Students will be given basic tools for analysing independently art historical materials of the Baltic Sea region.

General description

The course discusses art history of the Baltic Sea region (mainly Scandinavian, Baltic, Russian and Finnish art) from the Middle Ages up to the present time and explores more profoundly following periods and issues: medieval art history, art during the Swedish great power period, construction of national art life and modernist trends in art and architecture. The focus of discussions is in art history of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Teacher responsible

MA Eeva Hallikainen, University of Turku, Department of Art History
eeva.hallikainen[ät]utu.fi

Teaching

Lectures 24 h
Hallikainen
Fri 12-Sep-2014 - 5-Dec-2014 weekly at 8.15-9.45, room Janus, on the Sirkkala campus, T52, First exam Fri Dec 5
Exceptions:
26-Sep-2014 at 8.15 –9.45 , Seminar room Hovi, V105, T53, 1st floor
10-Oct-2014 at 8.15 –9.45 , room E221, T52, 2nd floor
24-Oct-2014 at 8.15 –9.45 , no lecture
28-Nov-2014 at 11.00 –13.00 , Turku Art Museum

Study materials

Mode of assessment: lectures and written exam/essay based on lectures and additional material given by the teacher (ca 50-70 pages), excursion in Turku. For students having a larger interest in the topics there is a possibility to write an essay based on the material given by the teacher (additional 2 ECTS credits).