ARHA 201 / ANATOLIAN ARCHAEOLOGY I
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

Introduction to the ancient civilizations of Anatolia. Important human social developments in the prehistoric periods, such as the establishment of first temples in the world, origins of agriculture, emergence of cities, extensive use of metals and long-distance, international trade.

ARHA 227 / EUROPE FROM LATE ANTIQUITY TO
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

Emergence of a distinctive western European civilization out of Christian, Greco-Roman and Germanic institutions, the formation and transformation of medieval European society, the Renaissance and the Reformation, and state building and social change in the early modern era.

ARHA 334 / GENDER AND VISUAL CULTURE
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: THURSTimes: 17:15:00-20:00:00

This course examines how gender has been a major factor in shaping our approaches and interpretations of visual culture in the past and present societies. It examines a variety of subjects in visual culture that intersect with gender.

ARHA 351 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30:00-12:45:00

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 407 / CONSTANTINOPLE 330-1453
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

The history and the archaeology of the Byzantine imperial capital from its foundation to the Ottoman conquest. The functions of the built environment in relation to both historical time and urban space: the imperial palaces, the public churches, civic ritual and entertainment, economic and social services, the provision of welfare and defense, and the role of monasteries in the life of the community.

ARHA 437 / EUROPE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE:
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: THURSTimes: 13:00:00-15:45:00

Interactions between Europe and the Ottoman World through the centuries. Ottoman political presence in Europe and its impact on European culture starting with the 15th century. The "image of the Turk" in Europe shifting in the following centuries with different political alliances and different economic interests. The changes in Ottoman interest in the west starting in the 17th century, introduction of westernisms in technology, social life and the arts in view of political and economic relations.

ARHA 452 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00:00-17:15:00

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.

ARHA 502 / ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS III: L
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00:00-17:15:00

Investigation of archaeological, art historical and historical testimonies ranging from the Late Roman through the Byzantine periods in the territories of present · day Turkey. Examination of the ways in which lands of the Roman Empire, both cities and countryside, underwent transformations, adaptations and radical changes. Discussion on the impact early Islamic cultures bore on Eastern Anatolia and beyond. (3 credits)

ARHA 504 / MUSEUM STUDIES AND CULTURAL HE
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 11:30:00-14:15:00

An introduction to the practical and theoretical aspects of working in and with a variety of museum institutions and cultural heritage institutions in Turkey and abroad. The course is organized in modules and taught by local faculty and visiting experts from museums and cultural heritage institutions around the world.

ARHA 510 / RESEARCH SEMINAR
Term: Fall 2017Units 0Days: THURSTimes: 10:00:00-12:45:00

Students present their research and MA thesis proposals. Learn about research methods, publication ethics and improve their writing planning. Graduate students participate in the seminars given by Archaeology and History of Art program faculty and visiting fellows at the Center for Anatolian Civilizations

ARHA 517 / THE ROMAN MEDITERRANEAN
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 8:30:00-11:15:00

Focus on the role Romans played within the broader Mediterranean landscape between its origin in the 8th century BC and Late Antiquity. Study of written sources and material remains showing how a process of interchange and exchange of ideas developed parallel with the gradual expansion of Roman power. Attention to the way Rome affected the life, architecture and art in areas that came under its dominion, but also to the impact foreign elements had on Roman society and material culture in its broad sense.

ARHA 537 / EUROPE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE:
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: THURSTimes: 13:00:00-15:45:00

Interactions between Europe and the Ottoman World through the centuries. Ottoman political presence in Europe and its impact on European culture starting with the 15th century. The "image of the Turk" in Europe shifting in the following centuries with different political alliances and different economic interests. The changes in Ottoman interest in the west starting in the 17th century, introduction of westernisms in technology, social life and the arts in view of political and economic relations.

ARHA 551 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 16:00:00-18:45:00

ARHA 552 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00:00-17:15:00

ARTS 201 / ART OF MOVEMENT
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 8:30:00-9:45:00

Principles of efficient movement in a way that encourages personal expression and physical and emotional involvement. Perceiving the self and the world around us using one's body fully; body/mind/feeling results in a holistic and healthy awareness.

ARTS 201 / ART OF MOVEMENT
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

Principles of efficient movement in a way that encourages personal expression and physical and emotional involvement. Perceiving the self and the world around us using one's body fully; body/mind/feeling results in a holistic and healthy awareness.

ARTS 201 / ART OF MOVEMENT
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00:00-11:15:00

Principles of efficient movement in a way that encourages personal expression and physical and emotional involvement. Perceiving the self and the world around us using one's body fully; body/mind/feeling results in a holistic and healthy awareness.

ARTS 350 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 14:30:00-17:15:00

ARTS 350 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 10:00:00-12:45:00

ASIU 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORL
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00:00-11:15:00

Examining how social ideas are expressed through and portrayed in works of the creative imagination. A selection of literary texts, films, visual representations, and/or essays that speak to a particular social issue or set of interrelated social issues. A variety of themes, such as feminism, globalization, migration, environmentalism, post-colonialism and nationalism. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.

ASIU 101 / FILM AND THE VISUAL
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00:00-17:15:00

Introduction to the study of film and visual culture. Acquisition of skills necessary to analyze and critique visual texts and place them in cultural contexts. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.

ASIU 101 / FILM AND THE VISUAL
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

Introduction to the study of film and visual culture. Acquisition of skills necessary to analyze and critique visual texts and place them in cultural contexts. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.

ASIU 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 8:30:00-9:45:00

Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.

ASIU 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Term: Fall 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00:00-14:15:00

Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.