The Lamar Dodd School of Art will welcome Professor 植物安东尼 as a Visiting Assistant Professor to teach two undergraduate courses on ancient Egyptian art and architecture in Spring 2020. Anthony comes to UGA from her regular position as a Part-Time Assistant Professor of 艺术史 from the School of Art and Design at Gwinnett State University.
In Spring 2020, Prof. Anthony will teach:
ARHI 3001 From Hatshepsut to Cleopatra: Ancient Egypt on the World Stage 1500-30 BC
A lecture course focused on ancient Egyptian art and architecture from the prosperous New Kingdom during a period of international cultural exchange with the Near East, Aegean Mediterranean, and Nubia to the end of an independent pharaonic state with the death of Cleopatra in 30 B.C.
ARHI 4600 Ancient Egyptian Art: Materials and their Symbolism
Using the lens of the diverse artistic materials that ancient Egyptians employed to create the objects that both defined and immortalized their culture, this course uses artistic objects to examine the underlying social, political, economic and religious systems these objects functioned within. This course critically examines the intersections of materials, symbolism, and functions of artworks in a wide range of media to shed light on the underlying meanings of the ancient Egyptian tombs, temples, and artifacts.
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Prior to the spring semester Anthony can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.