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History of Art
History of Art at the University of Oxford draws on a long and deep tradition of teaching and studying the subject. The core academic staff of the History of Art Department work on subjects from medieval European architecture to modern Chinese art. Over fifty associated academic staff (e.g. in Anthropology, Classics, History, Oriental Studies, and the Ruskin School of Drawing) include teachers and researchers across the full global and historical range of art and visual culture. This offers students exciting possibilities to take courses and receive supervision on a very wide range of...
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3.5 stars from 229 ratings
Here I stand.
丈八寺 via Apple Podcasts · China · 06/03/15
architecture for the blind
A set of lectures on an interesting and important topic presented in audio podcast form. The problem is that the lecturer is referring to images and discussing those images which the listener cannot see. This should have been a video podcast. In its present form it is nearly useless.
Notlimey Canada via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/07/15
Good, but no visuals
The lectures are very informative, but are evidently given with an accompanying slide deck which is not shown in iTunes U. Adding this deck as a video to accompany the lecture would make the points much more clearly, and would remove the need to keep stopping the course to look up an image of the...Read full review »
GroveSprightly via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/02/15
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