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UTSGENG307H1Terry RobinsonFall

ENG307H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Elegy, Isabella Kelly, Joanna Baillie

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1 Dec 2012
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Jane cave: written a few hours before the birth of a child. Asks for child to die with her if she has to die. Thinks child will have dire fate if he su
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UTSGENG307H1Terry RobinsonFall

ENG307H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Xenophobia, Infant Mortality, Hard Fate

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1 Dec 2012
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Not only a window into fashionable life/one woman"s maneuvers within patriarchal society. > englishness + english ways; nation + nationhood. Act 1 scen
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UTSGENG307H1Terry RobinsonFall

ENG307H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cuckold

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1 Dec 2012
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Agism: looking down on older unmarried women (no more coquette + power through coquetry) Coquette = modern bachelorette ; a single woman who"s still on
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UTSGENG307H1Terry RobinsonFall

ENG307H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Aphra Behn, Breeches Role, Restoration Comedy

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1 Dec 2012
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Relate, Marshall Mcluhan, Rothko Chapel

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1 Dec 2012
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Fah246, week 8: ab ex vs. minimalism. 10/31/12 the understanding of intellectual and writer was a contemplative not an. Did not particularly encourage
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Magnesium, Joyce Wieland, Jan Dibbets

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1 Dec 2012
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One of the paradigms of land art: relationship btwn rural and city. Ppl were so fascinated by this opportunity to see the exhibition that they flocked
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Erased De Kooning Drawing, Museum Of Modern Art, Abstract Expressionism

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1 Dec 2012
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Three flags, 1958: thinking of relationships between medium, artist, viewer. John cage, robert rascuhenberg, automobile tire print ink on paper mounted
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Relate, Surrealism, This (Canadian Magazine)

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1 Dec 2012
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ad Reinhardt, Lithography, Sudbury Star

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1 Dec 2012
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10/24/12 find, copy, paste, look at each artwork or you fucking fail. The gesture in the 1950s: from autographic expression to the evacuation of the pe
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Surrealist Automatism, Putrefaction, Degenerate Art

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1 Dec 2012
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UTSGFAH246H1Mark CheethamFall

FAH246H1 Lecture Notes - Henri Matisse, Wassily Kandinsky, Scott Munter

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21 Nov 2012
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Primitivism is modernism"s troubled rejection of modernity, or perhaps much of modernity was possible only bc of deeply racist + hegemonic practices of
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UTSGFAH245H1Jordan BearFall

Impressionism - Summary of readings

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19 Dec 2011
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At the sme time british love of nature also existed, houses built alone seine. P. 15: compared w/ corot"s view of geneva, monet"s is full of internal s
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UTSGFAH245H1Jordan BearFall

Impressionism

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19 Dec 2011
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While manet was interested in describing the surface of the canvas, 2d or 3d, monet, though still relying on illusion of depth + movement, needs the vi
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UTSGFAH245H1Jordan BearFall

Realism and Reality

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19 Dec 2011
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Parable: pliny tells a story about two painters zuccheus + pirasius who thought highly of themselves. To see who would be the greatest painter, they he
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UTSGFAH245H1Jordan BearFall

Retreats from the Modern World

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19 Dec 2011
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Will draw on concepts throughout whole course but don"t need to memorize pre- midterm things. Retreat from the subject matter and the world that had co
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Later 16th C. Art

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12 Dec 2011
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Previously were often called mannerist but because of the diversity of these artworks, they are no longer recognized as such: nowadays called mannered
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Golden Age of Florence

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12 Dec 2011
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Though officially a republic, it was ruled by powerful families. They tried to rotate between various families to prevent one from being too powerful -
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Venice and Northern Italy

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12 Dec 2011
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Venice = had no antiquity ; was founded after the fall of rome. Mix of east and n. europe influences => sometimes islamic influences. Antonio gambello
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Art in Rome Under Pope Julius II

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12 Dec 2011
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Da Vinci, Michaelangelo, and Durer: The High Renaissance

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12 Dec 2011
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Copy after leonardo da vinci, battle of the anghiari, 1503-06, destroyed, copy after central section by rubens, pen, ink + chalk. Put in the room where
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

Sacred and Profane in Northern Europe

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12 Dec 2011
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Tilman riemenschneider, holy blood altarpiece, church of st. jacob, rothenburg, Sacred artworks criticized for venerating themselves rather than christ
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

FAH230H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Renaissance Art

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17 Oct 2011
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International courtly style: s a phase of gothic art which developed in. Burgundy, bohemia, france and northern italy in the late 14th century and earl
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UTSGFAH230H1Jenny CarsonFall

FAH230H1 Lecture Notes - Pisanello, Champmol, Scrovegni Chapel

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16 Oct 2011
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Renaissance concept coined by petrarch: nostalgia for ancient rome + greece. Simone martini, frontispiece for petrarch"s copy of vergil, manuscript ill
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UTSGFAH102H1Leanne CarollSummer

Museums

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22 Jun 2011
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Special ways of presenting pieces + travelling exhibitions. Compare narratives, chronological sequences, to recreate the forward motion of art history.
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UTSGFAH102H1Leanne CarollSummer

Intellectual Paradigms + Thinkers II

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22 Jun 2011
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While most paradigms look at the meaning of a work, semiotics looks at why/how meaning (+interpretation) is even possible. Study of science (words, ima
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UTSGFAH102H1Leanne CarollSummer

Intellectual Paradigms + Thinkers I

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22 Jun 2011
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Various theories that have prompted new art historian practices. This method is based on this theory Highly descriptive accounts of artworks + artist b
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Week 20: Gulliver's Travels

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20 Apr 2011
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Idea of divine providence= > robinson crusoe comes to understand it as he understands his place on the island. Life = novel; there is a shape (divine p
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Week 21: Romanticism - Blake

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20 Apr 2011
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Week 22: Blake + Coleridge

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20 Apr 2011
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Philosophical + aesthetic movement flourished in germany + england between 1780 . 1840: mode of vision + imagination (alternative to modernism or class
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Week 24: Austen

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20 Apr 2011
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Reflects upon romanticism from a critical and sympathetic perspective. Determined to publish novels + interested in critical reaction to her work. Come
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Week 23: Shelley

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20 Apr 2011
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Sees literature as a form of alienation (from normalworld/society) but also understand true/enduring forms. 1811: writes necessity of atheism and is ex
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UTSGSOC101Y1Sheldon UngarWinter

NS + SLDI Readings

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12 Apr 2011
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Objectivity: observations should be free of distorting effects of person"s values + expectations. Problem of induction: no matter how many observations
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UTSGSOC101Y1Sheldon UngarWinter

Politics + Social Movements: NS, SiQ, SLDI readings only

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8 Apr 2011
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Karl marx: three bases of authority: traditional authority: particularly in tribal + feudal societies: authority through family. Right of a family/clan
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Romanticism: Blake and others

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16 Mar 2011
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Romanticism: Wordsworth

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16 Mar 2011
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Philosophical + aesthetic movement flourished in germany + england between 1780 . 1840: mode of vision + imagination (alternative to modernism or class
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Gulliver's Travels

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16 Mar 2011
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Idea of divine providence= > robinson crusoe comes to understand it as he understands his place on the island. Life = novel; there is a shape (divine p
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Pope: Rape of the Lock

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14 Feb 2011
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1707: great britian = act of union => england, scotland, and wales. British empire = control over n america, india, etc. 1714: george of hanover invite
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

Pope: Rape of the Lock

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14 Feb 2011
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1707: great britian = act of union => england, scotland, and wales. British empire = control over n america, india, etc. 1714: george of hanover invite
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UTSGENG202Y1Helen HattonWinter

ENG202Y1 Lecture Notes - Trojan War, Brocade, Broken Vessels

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14 Feb 2011
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1707: great britian = act of union => england, scotland, and wales. British empire = control over n america, india, etc. 1714: george of hanover invite
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UTSGSOC101Y1Sheldon UngarWinter

Lecture + all textbooks readings

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14 Feb 2011
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Dr. morton: races that rank higher in social hierarchy have bigger brains -> european. Criticisms of morton"sskull study: identifying the race of a sku
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