Honors & Scholars Courses

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Global Honors (GH)
Taylor & Lane (TL)
Structures of Power and Inequality (SPI)


Global Honors (GH)

The Global Honors program signals our College’s commitment to global citizenship and engagement with the world. The requirements are meant to provide a deep and meaningful engagement with the intersection of languages, cultures, and structures across the globe.  The following History of Art courses count towards the five required for this program:

ARTH 110: Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art

ARTH 121: Introduction to Modern Architecture and Design

ARTH 122: Introduction to Modern Art

ARTH 132: Introduction to Contemporary Art and Design

ARTH 142: Introduction to Photography

ARTH 212: African Art and Design

ARTH 240: Art of the Avant-Gardes, 1900-1945

ARTH 242: Patronage and the Artist in Early Modern Italy

ARTH 243: Early Modern Spaces

ARTH 244: Italian Baroque Art

ARTH 250: Modernism and Mass Culture, 1848-1914

ARTH 253: Castles and Cathedrals

ARTH 255: Art and Ritual of the Ancient Americas

ARTH 257: Photography as Knowledge (1830-1900)

ARTH 261: Anatomies 1400-1600: Sexual, Forbidden, Monstrous

ARTH 270: The Art of the Print

ARTH 274: Visualizing Ancient Rome

ARTH 300: French Art and Its Others (1830-1930)

ARTH 312: Contemporary African Arts

ARTH 320: Matisse and Methods

ARTH 334: Exhibiting Africa: Past & Present

ARTH 350: Ruling Families of the Renaissance

ARTH 352 Early Medieval Art and Culture

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Taylor and Lane (TL)

The Taylor and Lane Scholars program provides a pathway or thread of courses and experiences for students focused on social justice and social change, specifically in the areas of diversity and inclusion.  The following History of Art courses count towards the four required for this program:

ARTH 120: Introduction to American Art and Design

ARTH 122: Introduction to Modern Art

ARTH 212: African Art and Design

ARTH 230: Introduction to Museum Studies

ARTH 240: Art of the Avant-Gardes, 1900-1945

ARTH 253: Castles and Cathedrals

ARTH 257: Photography as Knowledge (1830-1900)

ARTH 261: Anatomies 1400-1600: Sexual, Forbidden, Monstrous

ARTH 263: African-American Art

ARTH 270: The Art of the Print

ARTH 274: Visualizing Ancient Rome

ARTH 300 French Art and Its Others (1830-1930)

ARTH 312: Contemporary African Arts

ARTH 334: Exhibiting Africa: Past & Present

ARTH 370: Art History and Feminism

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Structures of Power and Inequality (SPI)

To be designated as an Eliza Wheaton Scholar and be eligible for Latin Honors, students must take one course designed SPI.  Taylor & Lane Scholars also need at least one SPI course.

ARTH 120: Introduction to American Art and Design

ARTH 142: Introduction to Photography

ARTH 212: African Art and Design

ARTH 230: Introduction to Museum Studies

ARTH 241 Renaissance Art in the North

ARTH 242: Patronage and the Artist in Early Modern Italy

ARTH 244: Italian Baroque Art

ARTH 253: Castles and Cathedrals

ARTH 255: Art and Ritual of the Ancient Americas

ARTH 257 Photography as Knowledge (1830-1900)

ARTH 261: Anatomies 1400-1600: Sexual, Forbidden, Monstrous

ARTH 263: African-American Art

ARTH 270: The Art of the Print

ARTH 274: Visualizing Ancient Rome

ARTH 300: French Art and Its Others (1830-1930)

ARTH 312: Contemporary African Arts

ARTH 320: Matisse and Methods

ARTH 334: Exhibiting Africa: Past & Present

ARTH 350: Ruling Families of the Renaissance

ARTH 370: Art History and Feminism

ARTH 371: Masculinity and American Art

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