About: Art History

Art History courses provide opportunities for students to practice speaking, reading and writing about art, to hone critical thinking and research skills, and to develop personal and cultural identities in relation to prior art movements, artists, and artworks. The courses have been grouped into freshmen, sophomore, and junior levels. Each new level requires the student to demonstrate increasingly sophisticated historical knowledge as well as analytical research, and writing skills.

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Art History

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Meet Siena


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Arthur Gwoszdz

Digital Communications and Computer Information Systems major; Student Government President; Brazil

Faculty & Staff

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Gail A. Ryder

Associate Professor of Humanities


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Chet Hesson '09

History Graduate; Assistant Athletic Director, Bowling Green State University