If you are having difficulties registering for a course, please contact either our Student Services Coordinator, Yulianna Aparicio, the Director of Undergraduate Studies for Art History, Eduardo Douglas, or the Director of Graduate Studies for Art History, Tania String.

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ARTH 51 FYS: CATHDRLS ABBEYS CASTLES LEC 1 MWF 1:25 PM 2:15 PM 118 Hanes Art Center BRACHMANN
ARTH 89 FYS: SPECIAL TOPICS LEC 1 TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 116 Hanes Art Center WILLIAMS
ARTH 89 FYS: SPECIAL TOPICS LEC 2 TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 206 Phillips Cao
ARTH 151 HIST OF WEST ART I LEC 1 MW 11:15 AM 12:05 PM 107 Wilson VERKERK
ARTH 151 HIST OF WEST ART I REC 601 F 11:15 AM 12:05 PM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 151 HIST OF WEST ART I REC 602 F 9:05 AM 9:55 AM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 151 HIST OF WEST ART I REC 603 F 11:15 AM 12:05 PM 118 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 151 HIST OF WEST ART I REC 604 R 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 118 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH INTRO TO SOUTH ASIAN ART LEC 990 CAROLINA COURSES ONLINE Wellington
ARTH 156 INTRO TO ARCHITECTURE LEC 1 MW 10:10 AM 11:00 AM F009 Sitterson, Fred Brooks Bauer
ARTH 156 INTRO TO ARCHITECTURE REC 601 F 10:10 AM 11:00 AM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 156 INTRO TO ARCHITECTURE REC 602 R 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 156 INTRO TO ARCHITECTURE REC 603 F 10:10 AM 11:00 AM 118 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 156 INTRO TO ARCHITECTURE REC 604 F 9:05 AM 9:55 AM 118 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 158 INTRO TO EAST ASIAN ART LEC 1 MW 12:20 PM 1:10 PM 8 Gardner Staff
ARTH 158 INTRO TO EAST ASIAN ART REC 601 F 12:20 PM 1:10 PM 118 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 158 INTRO TO EAST ASIAN ART REC 602 F 8:00 AM 8:50 AM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 158 INTRO TO EAST ASIAN ART REC 603 F 12:20 PM 1:10 PM 116 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 158 INTRO TO EAST ASIAN ART REC 604 F 10:10 AM 11:00 AM 117 Hanes Art Center TA
ARTH 200 ART & FASHION-ROME TO TIMBUKTU LEC 1 MW 2:30 PM 3:20 PM 101 Greenlaw Valladares
ARTH 200 ART & FASHION-ROME TO TIMBUKTU REC 601 F 2:30 PM 3:20 PM 203 Alumni Hall TA
ARTH 200 ART & FASHION-ROME TO TIMBUKTU REC 602 F 2:30 PM 3:20 PM 1378 Genome Sciences TA
ARTH 200 ART & FASHION-ROME TO TIMBUKTU REC 603 F 3:35 PM 4:25 PM 203 Alumni Hall TA
ARTH 200 ART & FASHION-ROME TO TIMBUKTU REC 604 F 3:35 PM 4:25 PM 204 Murphey Hall TA
ARTH 247 ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY LEC 1 TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM 109 Fetzer Hall GATES-FOSTER
ARTH 267 LAT AM MODERNISMS LEC 1 TR 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 117 Hanes Art Center DOUGLAS
ARTH 274 EUROPE BAROQUE ART LEC 1 MWF 11:15 AM 12:05 PM 117 Hanes Art Center BRACHMANN
ARTH MODERNISM I LEC 990 CAROLINA COURSES ONLINE Holmes
ARTH 285 ART SINCE 1960 LEC 1 MWF 9:05 AM 10:05 AM 218 Hanes Art Center Dickey
ARTH 287 AFRICAN AMER ART SURVEY LEC 1 TR 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 216 Peabody Hall BOWLES
ARTH 387 20TH C AFRI AM ART LEC 1 TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 117 Hanes Art Center BOWLES
ARTH 391 RESEARCH SEMINAR LEC 1 TR 2:00 PM 3:15 PM 116 Hanes Art Center Cao
ARTH 465 ARCHITECTURE OF ROME LEC 1 MWF 9:05 AM 9:55 AM 111 Murphey Hall Valladares
ARTH 467 CELTIC ART & CULTURES LEC 1 MWF 9:05 AM 9:55 AM 117 Hanes Art Center VERKERK
ARTH 588 CURRENT ISSUES IN ART LEC 1 TR 12:30 PM 1:45 PM 116 Hanes Art Center LEVINE
ARTH 850 METHODS LEC 1 M 2:30 PM 5:10 PM 118 Hanes Art Center MAGEE
ARTH 950 PROBLEMS IN ART HIST LEC 1 T 2:00 PM 4:50 PM 118 Hanes Art Center DOUGLAS
ARTH 985 FASHIONING POWER LEC 1 R 2:00 PM 4:50 PM 118 Hanes Art Center WILLIAMS
ARTH 391: Undergraduate Research Seminar – American Art and the Globe
TR 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM / Dr. Cao

Focusing on the global dimensions of modern American art, this course teaches students to critically read, research, and write art history at an advanced level. Seminar sessions will examine the encounters, exchanges, and circulations of people and things across boundaries and oceans from the 1850s to WWI. We will consider the artifacts of exploration, imperialism, and trade; transnational figures of the art world, from cosmopolitan travelers to political exiles; and the artistic culture of major transcultural sites, from Melville’s whaling ports to San Francisco’s Chinatown. Students will also be guided through completing a term-long independent research project on a single work of art. While these projects may extend beyond the artworks, artists, even period covered in the course, they should deal in some way with art history and globalization and with America’s relation to the world.


ARTH 950: Problems in Art History – Landscape in Western Pictorial Traditions
T 2:00 PM – 4:50 PM / Dr. Douglas

What is a landscape?  When, where, how, and why does landscape become a pictorial genre?  This seminar investigates the development of landscape in Western pictorial traditions and its transformations over time, focusing primarily on theories, practices, and interpretations of landscape painting from the fifteenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries, both in western Europe and, in the late-eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the Americas.  We will consider what have been defined as key moments and changes in the conception, depiction, and reception of landscape in Western painting to circa 1850 and the ways in which critics and historians have isolated, interpreted, and represented these developments.

Academic Year 2019 – 20
Undergraduates
  1. To request an independent study (ARTH 396), email the faculty member you wish to work with. To request credit for an internship by enrolling in an Art History Practicum (ARTH 293), email the Director of Undergraduate Studies for Art History well in advance of the start of your internship.
  2. Submit an Online Learning Contract for approval via OLCM. OLCM student instructions are available here.
  3. Once your learning contract has been fully approved, monitor your inbox for an enrollment confirmation email from the Student Services Specialist.

Graduates
  1. To request an independent study, email the faculty member you wish to work with.
  2. If the faculty member agrees to work with you, please have them email the Student Services Specialist so you can be enrolled.
  3. Monitor your inbox for an enrollment confirmation email from the Student Services Specialist.
Current UNC Students

Students registered for courses in the same term may audit an Art History course without paying an additional fee. Unregistered students may audit a course for $20.

  1. To audit Art History courses, email the course instructor and request permission to audit.
  2. Once permission is obtained, please request an audit form.
  3. Monitor your inbox for an email confirming that your form is ready to be picked up. Your email confirmation will contain further instructions.

Community Members

Community members wishing to audit an Art History course may do so for a $20 fee.

  1. To audit Art History courses, email the course instructor and request permission to audit. Recitations (designated as REC on the course schedule) are designed to be taken in conjunction with their matching lecture course and are not available for audit unless otherwise noted by the lecture instructor.
  2. If the instructor agrees to a course audit, please request an audit form. Due to a high volume of requests and limited faculty availability, audit forms can sometimes take a while to prepare. Your patience is appreciated while the Student Services Specialist works to arrange your course audit.
  3. Once your form is ready, the Student Services Specialist will contact you with instructions on registration and payment.

Additional Information

Visit the Registrar’s website for information regarding general provisions, class participation, records, and fees.