Art History Courses



Art history majors have an opportunity to take courses that deal with the artistic production of Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. You will study a variety of media — painting, sculpture, architecture, and even film — from antiquity to the present. Many courses focus on the art of a particular place and time, while others follow a theme through different cultural moments.

Whatever the topic, our courses often include the opportunity to study original works of art. The College's art holdings are rich and include:

Course offerings include:

  • Images of State, Family and Individual in Ancient Rome
  • High Renaissance Art in Italy
  • Classical Mythology in Western Art
  • Chinese Art and Religion
  • Islamic Art
  • Pop Art
  • Twentieth-Century Art
  • Imagining Otherness in Visual Culture
  • Current Issues in Museum Studies

For a complete list of offerings, visit the course catalog.

Contact Information:

Phone: 860-439-2797
Fax: 860-439-5339
Email cbste@conncoll.edu

Christopher B. Steiner, Chair
Department of Art History
Connecticut College
Box 5595
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196