ARTH102: European Art and Civilization After 1400
Instructor: Professor Elizabeth Johns

Michelangelo, David, 1501-1504. Galleria dell 'Accademia, Florence.

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Teaching Assistants
Elisha Dumser
Pika Ghosh
Rachel Iannacone
Mark Levitch
Michelle Rein
Isabel Taube
Stan Weed

Digitized images and hypertext have begun to ease access to research materials; however, downloading material is itself a selective exercise and the astute user will remember that the presentation, the format, and the pathways themselves create a heavily manipulated document that may reflect faculty or institutional biases. The Department of the History of Art and the School of Arts and Sciences have several delivery systems online that are designed to increase the flexibility of both classroom and extramural study. Among these are Web pages, search engines, catalogues and digitized images that can be accessed from remote terminals and in the classroom where projection equipment enables the transmission of computer screen images in a large format.
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