ARHA 410 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD AND THEORY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: THURSTimes: 14:30-17:15

Examines the different theoretical approaches to archaeology and the methods and theories employed in fieldwork and data analysis. Contemporary issues in archaeology and how the purpose and subject of archaeology has changed over time. Archaeology's relationship with other social and natural sciences.

ARHA 437 / EUROPE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE: CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS THROUGH THE CENTURIES
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 13:00-15:45

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 450 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF ART
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 14:30-17:15

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

ARHA 451 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF ART
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MONTimes: 11:30-14:15

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

ARHA 496 / PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 16:00-18:45

Bridging the scholarly knowledge of archaeology with the public; exploring diverse methods of interpretation, conservation and diverse ways to communicate archaeological information and data. Examples of public archaeology from Turkey and abroad. Social, political and ethical issues that are surrounding archaeological investigation, interpretation and the production of knowledge.

ARHA 503 / ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS IV (OTTOMAN-RECENT)
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 13:00-15:45

This course provides an introduction to the issues and approaches used to study the history of Ottoman art and architecture from the early Ottoman era to the establishment of the Turkish Republic and the world of contemporary art in Turkey

ARHA 507 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND THEORY II
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MONTimes: 14:30-17:15

Archaeological method and theory with emphasis on the principles and practice of Anatolian archaeology. Topics include: survey and excavation methods and associated recording techniques, the instrumental analysis and interpretation of various kinds of excavated materials, and the presentation and publication of archaeological results.

ARHA 510 / RESEARCH SEMINAR
Term: Spring 2019Units 0Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

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 537 / EUROPE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE: CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS THROUGH THE CENTURIES
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 13:00-15:45

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 550 / ANATOLIAN PREHISTORY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 14:30-17:15

ANATOLIAN PREHISTORY-The course examines the Paleolithic-Early Bronze Age of Anatolia with the aim of targeting archaeological theories on the topic of Neolithization and the cultural transformation that Anatolia goes through in the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age. Students will learn to critically assess and interpret readings on Anatolian Prehistory from a variety of schools of archaeological thought.

ARHA 552 / THEMES IN MARITIME ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 13:00-15:45

THEMES IN MARITIME ARCHAEOLOGY-This seminar focuses on two or three topics over the semester. Through primary and secondary readings, class discussion, presentations, and field trips, students will investigate topics like Maritime Cultural Heritage, Ship Construction, Harbour Cities, Survey and Excavation Technologies, or Theory and Practice in the discipline. The topics can vary, depending upon faculty and student needs

ARHA 564 / PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 16:00-18:45

Bridging the scholarly knowledge of archaeology with the public; exploring diverse methods of interpretation, conservation and diverse ways to communicate archaeological information and data. Examples of public archaeology from Turkey and abroad. Social, political and ethical issues that are surrounding archaeological investigation, interpretation and the production of knowledge.

ARTS 201 / ART OF MOVEMENT
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

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: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

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 310 / ACTING AND DRAMA
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

An investigation into the dynamics of interpersonal interaction using the basic techniques of acting. Instruction in text break down and scene study, stimulating and encouraging personal creative imagination of each student. Risk taking, cooperation and communication. Small performance "events" based on ideas of "altered behavior patterns" to stimulate awareness.

ARTS 310 / ACTING AND DRAMA
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

An investigation into the dynamics of interpersonal interaction using the basic techniques of acting. Instruction in text break down and scene study, stimulating and encouraging personal creative imagination of each student. Risk taking, cooperation and communication. Small performance "events" based on ideas of "altered behavior patterns" to stimulate awareness.

ARTS 350 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 14:30-17:15

ASIU 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 08:30-09:45

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 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

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 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

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 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

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 100 / LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

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 102 / IMAGINING THE OTHER
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

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: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

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.