History of Visual Art in the Low Countries II
   
Reference ABKUNS02000001
Taught in Major Course List for Bachelor of Art ScienceMajor Course List for Bachelor of Art Science
Theory (A) 30.0
Exercises (B) 20.0
Training and projects (C) 0.0
Studytime (D) 150.0
Studypoints (E) 5
Level  
Credit contract? Access is determined after successful competences assessment
Examination contract? Access is determined after successful competences assessment
Credit contract mandatory if Exam contract? Course included in exam contract
Retake possible in case of permanent evaluation? Yes
Teaching Language Dutch
Lecturer Maximiliaan Martens
Department LW17
Co-lecturers  
Key Words

Visual art in the Low Countries, history

Position of the Course

This advanced course situates the personal field of study in a broader social and cultural perspective with the possibility of laying personal accents. Furthermore, scientific and methodological aspects of the personal field of study will be further developed in order to create an insight into the current situation of that field of study. The course wants to expand the general academic and field specific skills. In consideration of the job market's demands, the course also wants to develop communicative and social skills (teamwork).

Contents

Based on recent publications, insight is offered into the artistic production in the Netherlands during the early modern times, especially into newer scholarly approaches and methodology. Special attention will be devoted to the contribution of the results of material research and to the contextualisation of the actual discourse of artistic production.

Starting Competences

To have successfully completed the course History of Visual Arts in the Low Countries or to have acquired the necessary skills by other means.

Final Competences

• To possess in depth methodological knowledge in the area of the fine arts.
• To have an insight into the artistic production in the Netherlands during the early modern times, especially focussed on historiography, the most important research methods and the actual state of research.
• To be able to present research results orally.
• To possess an independent critical and creative reasoning power.
• To have a general insight into the humanities.

Teaching and Learning Material

Cost: 0.0 EUR
Selection of articles on Minerva

References

Course Content-Related Study Coaching

• Individual guidance during office hours .
• Guidance and follow-up of paper.
• Oral exam testing the insight in the subject matter.

Teaching Methods

• Lectures.
• Independent work: paper, study of literature.
• Seminar: discussion of literature.

Evaluation Methods

Periodical (100%)

Examination Methods

  • Oral exam in line with the intended final competences;
  • Paper.

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