HA 367. Art and Culture of Japan. 3 Hours NW AE42/GE3H / H/W.

The history of Japanese art interpreted from visual, historical, social, religious, and political perspectives. Representative topics: archaeological discoveries, Buddhist images and architecture, gender relationships expressed through art, interactions with different countries, and the roots of modernism in Japanese art. Art history goals: direct engagement with museum collections and enhanced ability to analyze, write about, and talk about art. LEC.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art

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...Korea HA 362 Ceramics of Korea HA 363 Modern Korean Art and Culture HA 367...

Bachelor of Fine Arts in History of Art

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...Prints HA 361 Buddhist Art of Korea HA 362 Ceramics of Korea HA 367 Art...

Bachelor of Social Work

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...Korea HA 362 Ceramics of Korea HA 363 Modern Korean Art and Culture HA 367...

Department of History of Art

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...HA 367 Art and Culture of Japan, HA 368 Art and Culture of China, HA...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Anthropology

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...be aware that KU has qualified admission requirements...Approaches 3-4 ANTH 367 Introduction to Economic...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in History

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...be aware that KU has qualified admission requirements...France, 1648-1799 HIST 367 Magic and Superstition...