シラバス参照

開講年度(Academic Year) 2021 
科目コード/科目名
(Course Code / Course Title)
Culture and Fine Arts 
テーマ/サブタイトル等
(Theme / Subtitle)
Art, Culture, and Society 
担当者 (Instructor) 大橋 里見(OHASHI SATOMI)  
時間割 (Class Schedule) 春学期 (Spring Semester) 月曜日(Mon) 5時限(Period 5) 6409(Room)
春学期 (Spring Semester) 水曜日(Wed) 3時限(Period 3) 6409(Room)
単位 (Credit) 4単位(4 Credits) 
科目ナンバリング
(Course Number)
CMP2331 
使用言語
(Language)
英語
(English) 
備考 (Notes) ・2012年度以降1年次入学者対象科目
・他にグローバル・リベラルアーツ・プログラム 所属学生/特別外国人学生が履修
・この授業は、英語圏での大学の授業を想定し、全て英語で行う
・以下の英語力を有していることが履修の目安になる
英検準1級, IELTS 5.5, TOEFL®iBT 72, TOEIC®785
・定員10名 週2回開講 
テキスト用コード (Text Code) FC509 



授業の
目標
Course
Objectives
This class considers what fine arts and arts, in general, mean to people and societies by exploring diverse aspects and functions of artworks and art-related activities, particularly in the modern world. 
 
授業の
内容
Course
Contents
Arts and the values of arts are considered to be universal and timeless. However, the reasons and the contexts of their being in societies vary and how people see and think about the works of art will be different. More people became closer to the works of art in modern times, being aware of the significance of art and art objects in their life.
By taking some examples in history of the world, the course examines diverse phenomena relating to fine arts in modern society. The class also questions why and how people and society create, appreciate, and support those assets.
The instructor will give lectures while students are required to discuss, investigate, and write relating to each session's topics. Also, students are to give presentations and write essays both twice during the course.
Students are expected to attend a day trip to museums or art galleries. 
 
授業計画
Course
Schedule
1. Introduction to the course 
2. Self-introduction of the students 
3. Arts in history: timeline and themes 1 
4. Arts in history: timeline and themes 2 
5. Artists' in society 1: before modern times 
6. Artists' in society 2: modern times 
7. Arts and country (nation-state) 1: themes and artists 
8. Arts and country (nation-state) 2: institutions and education 
9. Arts and country (nation-state) 3: discussion and investigation on the topic 
10. Workshop for the mid-term presentation 
11. Mid-term presentation (group) 1 
12. Mid term presentation (group) 2 
13. The places for artworks 1: private collections, galleries, and museums  
14. The places of works of arts 2: public museums and art galleries, and others 
15. Museum Day 
16. Reflection of the Museum Day and discussion about the places for artworks 
17. Arts and social spaces 1: architecture and buildings  
18. Arts and social spaces 2: objects in public spaces  
19. Arts and values: criticism, reviews, and market 1 
20. Arts and values: criticism, reviews, and market 2 
21. Social issues and arts 1 
22. Social issues and arts 2 
23. What are the values and meanings of art? 
24. Workshop for the final presentation 
25. Final-presentation (individual) 1 
26. Final-presentation (individual) 2 
27. Final-presentation (individual) 3 
28. Summary and reflection 
授業時間外
(予習・復習
等)の学習
Study
Required
Outside
of Class
The details of the reading materials are introduced in the first session of the course.
Students are required to read the pages suggested and other short readings provided before the sessions. Websites and databases relating to the topics will be introduced to further understand and prepare for the presentations.
Students need to review the feedback to their works regularly. 
成績評価
方法・基準
Evaluation
種類(Kind) 割合(%) 基準(Criteria)
平常点(In-class Points) 100  %
Essays (mid-term: 10, final: 30)(40%) 、Presentation (mid-term: 10, final: 20)(30%) 、Class participation (incld. assignments)(30%)
備考(Notes)
Class participation includes discussions and research in/out of the class, and short writings.
テキスト
Textbooks
なし
参考文献
Readings
No 著者名
(Author/Editor)
書籍名
(Title)
出版社
(Publisher)
出版年
(Date)
ISBN/ISSN
1. Dana Arnold  History of Art   Oxford University Press  2020 (2nd edn.)  9780198831808 
2. Michael Findlay   The Value of Art: Money, Power, Beauty   Prestel (reviced)  2014  978-3791349138 
3. Marcia Pointon  History of Art: A Student's Handbook   Routledge  2014 (5th edn)  978-0415639248 
4. Arthur C. Danto   What Art Is   Yale University Press  2013  978-0300205718 
その他(Others)
All reading materials will be announced and uploaded (PDF) on the Blackboard before the class. Also, they should be available from the Library.
その他
(HP等)
Others
(e.g. HP)
The course schedule will be changed due to necessary reasons (e.g. the number of students registered). 
注意事項
Notice
 


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