Art Studies and History
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This institute is for scholars wishing to pursue the analysis and methodology behind visual and performing arts. Anybody interested in having an educated opinion when criticizing films, art, or dance needs first understand its history and patterns, symbols and icons. Departments in the Art Studies and History subdivision include, but are by no means limited to, cinema studies and art history. Whether to compare German Expressionism and Italian neorealism, write a review about a Jackson Pollock piece, or fully appreciate the religious iconography in European medieval art, this department is here at your disposal.
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