Presentism and experiences of Time . Additional courses could be selected from different modules of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities from Bircham International University if required. New York: Columbia University Press. The choice has to be approved through the Distance Learning University Education Board.
Hasberg, W. (2002). For instance: World History. + 18 academic credit (Research methodology and thesis. Methoden Geschichtsdidaktischer Forschung: Problemanzeige zur Methodologie einer Wissenschaftsdisziplin [Methods of History Didactics Research: Problems of the Methodology of a Scientific Discipline].
More information. ). Zeitschrift fur Geschichtsdidaktik, 1 , 59-77. Payment plans are offered upon the request of up the 36-month installment. Hasberg, W. (2004). More information. Erinnerungskultur–Geschichtskultur. BIU customizes each Distance Learning Higher Education degree program to meet the requirements of each student.
Kulturelles Gedachtnis–Geschichtsbewusstsein. 10 Aphorismen zu begrifflichen Problemfeldern [Memory Culture–Historical Culture. More details. Cultural Memory and Historical Consciousness. 10-Aphorisms concerning Conceptual Problem Areas]. Art History Online.
Zeitschrift fur Geschichtsdidaktik, 3 , 198-207. List of courses (each subject counts for 3 credits of academics): Hobsbawm, E. 1. J. (1983). BIU Earned Credit equals 1 United States Semester Credit (15 hours of instruction) is 2 ECTS credits (30 hours of studying). Introduction.
You are able to learn about any subject in an online ongoing education class. Inventing traditions. More details. In E. Art & Philosophy This course is about the moral, natural and ethical notions which are expressed in art. J. It provides a deeper understanding of the cultural contexts in which the work of both historical and contemporary artists and the methods by that art is understood. Hobsbawm & T. The course is focused on the notions communicated through the visual musical, or performing arts.
O. Academic Supervisor: Carmen Ramirez Hurtado. Ranger (Eds. ), The Invention of Tradition (pp. 1-14). Art & Religion This course explores the meaning of religion of art, its development, and the importance of art in the past.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. It examines the interplay between major religious movements and focuses upon that of Western Medieval period the Islam, India, China, Japan, and South East Asia. Hobsbawm, E. It provides an overview of religion as an integral element of human culture that is which is expressed through art, particularly sculpture, painting, and architecture. J. (1990). Professor of Art: Robert Burton Bradley.
Nations and Nationalism from 1780: Programme myth, reality . Classic Art & Architecture This course examines the emerging styles of vase painting, sculpture architecture and minor art that emerged from in the Classic Greek and Roman periods. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The course reviews the major historic architectural monuments and sites that are primarily focused on the advances from those of the Greeks as well as Romans in the fields of architecture and art. Husbands, C. (1996).
Faculty Supervisors: Abdelkader Slimani. What is History Teaching? Language Ideas, Meaning, and Language in gaining knowledge about the Past . Medieval and Byzantine Art This course explores Christian art and the architectural styles from The Roman as well as Byzantine empires, as well as the western Europe starting from Charlemagne through the Renaissance. Buckingham: Open University Press. Academic Instructor: Abdelkader Slimani. Isnenghi, M. (Ed.). (2013).
Gothic Art & The Renaissance This course is a comprehensive investigation of Gothic architecture and call its corresponding stained glass and sculpture with particular attention paid to the thirteenth and the twelfth centuries. L’Italie par elle-meme: lieux de memoire italiens de 1848 a nos jours [Italy By Itself. Then, it will explore the Renaissance Art, sculpture, painting and architecture from the 1300s to. Recollections of Italian Memory, 1848 to PresentThe Italian By Itself: Realms of Italian Memory from 1848 to Today . Faculty Supervisors: Abdelkader Slimani. Paris: Ed. From Baroque from Baroque to Romanticism This course examines Baroque Art and painting, sculpture and architecture between 1600 and 1800. Rue d’Ulm.
It also includes Rococo to Romanticism and the mainstream of European architecture and art beginning around 1710 until about 1830. Jansen, H. (2015). It also focuses on the eastern and central regions of Europe, Scandinavia, and the colonial Americas. Narrative, Time Fiction and Time The Uneasy Relationship Between Ricoeur and a Heterogeneous Time. Faculty Supervisor for Academics: Mohammed Said Belkassem. History and Theory, 54 (1), 1-24.
Realism and Impressionism This course focuses on the change into High Romanticism via Realism and Impressionism with a particular focus of painting from France in the early XIXth Century. Jeismann, K. (1977). Academic Supervisor: Patricia Aja Sanchez. Didaktik der Geschichte.
XXth Century Art This course gives an thematic and chronological overview of the main styles of expression of art in the XXth century : Impressionism Post-Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism, and other art movements. Die Wissenschaft von Zustand, Funktion und Veranderung Geschichtlicher Vorstellungen im Selbstverstandnis der Gegenwart (Didactics of History. It also covers the proliferation of new art forms (video performances or land-based pieces) and the emerging settings for fashion design marketing, publicity, and fashion in the The XXth Century. Studies in the Science of States, Their Functions, and the development of historical imagining to understand Present). Academic Supervisor: Patricia Aja Sanchez. Present). Chinese and Japanese Art This class covers Chinese and Japanese art.
The Science of the State, Function and Change in Historical Imagination. It covers Chinese as well as Japanese art of prehistory up to contemporary times. E. It will examine the aesthetics involved in the development of Chinese as well as Japanese painting as well as sculpture, architecture and ceramics, as well as the role that art plays in Eastern cultural, historical, and philosophical doctrines. Kosthorst (Ed. ), Geschichtswissenschaft.
Academic Supervisor: Patricia Aja Sanchez. Didaktik–Forschung–Theorie (pp. 9-33). Contemporary Art This course explores Contemporary Art, painting, architecture, and sculpture and the emergence and multiplicity of new art forms such as performance art, video as well as land and installation pieces, fashion, and design. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. It also addresses principal issues of Contemporary art critique. Kansteiner, W. (2002).
Academic Supervisor: Patricia Aja Sanchez. Making Meaning from Memory. History of Art History This course examines the history of art from the earliest cave paintings up to the present day experimental art.
A methodological Critique of Collective Memory Studies. Art History covers the Western tradition and the various cultures from regions like the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia, Africa as well as The Pacific Islands, and the Americas. History and Theory, 41, 179-197. The Academic Director is Mohammed Said Belkassem. Kocka, J. (2010). A distance-learning university can make studying and working easy and adaptable. History as well as The Social Sciences and Potentials to Cooperate, Paying Special Focus on Economic History.
More information. Interdisciplines, 1 , 43-63. Art History Online via distance learning. Koselleck, R. (2004). "Space of Experience" and "Horizon of Expectation": Two Categories from the past. Recommended References for Professionals.
The two categories are discussed in R. Being a member of the correct association is the best way to make yourself an experienced professional. Koselleck (Ed. ), Futures Past: The Semantics of Historical Time (pp. 267-288). Bircham International University graduates may be a part of a variety of professional organizations. New York: Columbia University Press. (Originally printed in German, 1979). Membership requirements for each organization can differ based on the program of study, the specialization and graduate resume for every occasion.
LaCapra, D. (1998). BIU is not able to ensure membership in all circumstances. Historical Perspectives and Memory after Auschwitz . BIU is not an intermediary with these procedures. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Bircham International University provides a information on membership options and professional references for each faculty to which BIU alumni may be a part of. Lee, P., & Ashby, R. (2000). You can contact the BIU faculty you prefer.
Progress in Historical Understanding Ages 7-14. More information. The study is published in P. AAH (Association of Art Historians) Association of Art Historians AAMD — Association of Art Museum Directors AFA – American Federation of Arts ASHHA is Association Suisse des Historiens et Historiennes de l’Art CAA – College Art Association CBHA – Comite Brasileiro de Historia da Art CEHA – Comite Espanol de Historia del Arte CFHA CFA – Comite Francais d’Histoire de l’Art CSEA CSEA Canadian Society for Education through Art Gradiva – Asociacion de Jovenes Historiadores del Arte LAHS – The Society for the Study of Art in London NAFAE – National Association for Fine Art Education UAAC — Universities Art Association of Canada More details. N. Learn by distance learning anywhere in the world any time of the year. Stearns, P. More details. Seixas, and S. Admission conditions are required for admission.
Wineburg (Eds. ), Knowing, Teaching, and Learning History: National and International Perspectives (pp. 199-222). Art History. New York: New York University Press. Expert Specialist Diploma, Master’s degree, Bachelor’s degree, Doctor Ph.D. Levi-Strauss, C. (1966). Degree.
The Savage Mind . For admission to Bircham Distance Education University, you must have a valid Bircham distance-education university, you will need to submit the completed in, dated and signed application form for admission.