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Spring 2010 Courses in Heritage Preservation


Name
Time
Computer#
Instructor

AH 6012
Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt
T/Th 4:00p-5:15p
16735
Staff
An examination of the art and architecture of ancient Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Ptolemaic Period with reference to stylistic dvelopment and historical, religious, and cultural contexts.

AH 6120
Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome
T/Th 9:30a-10:45a
15294
Gunhouse
Roman artistic traditions and building techniques from the time of the Etruscans to the fall of the Roman Empire; examination of the Roman's cultural heritage and influence on socioeconomic and political structures to modern times.

ANTH 6310
Art of Northern Europe in the Renaissance Era
T/Th 11:00a-12:15p
16738
Staff
Miniaturistic traditions incorporated into monumental artistic production in Northern Europe during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

ANTH 6320
Italian Renaissance: Age of Humanism
Tu/Th 1:00p-2:15p
16740
Staff
Art from the late fourteenth to the sixteenth century. Focus on philosophical and religious underpinnings.

CER 6920
Contemporary Ceramic History
M/W 3:00p-4:15p
17513
Staff
Exploraton of ceramics from the Arts and Crafts Movement of the nineteenth century through contemporary trends.

ENGL 6510
Grant and Proposal Writing
T/Th 1:00p-2:15p
12245
Gu
Study and practice in grant and proposal writing in business and organizational settings.

FOLK 6100
British Folk Culture
M/W 5:30p-6:45p
17003
Burrison
The oral, musical, customary, and material traditions of England, Scotland, and Wales, including their regional variation and reflection of major historical currents.

GEOG 6532
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Th 5:30p-8:50p
14331
Dai
Fundamental concepts and applications of raster and vector-based geographic information systems involving the integration and synthesis of geographic data with map overlays, databases, computer graphics, and/or remote sensing imagery.

GEOG 6534
Advanced GIS Applications
W 5:30p-8:50p
10675
Dai
Advanced concepts of geographic information systems including the examination of a variety of applications of GIS technology.

HIST 6320
Metropolitan Atlanta
W 4:30p-7:00p
15386
Kuhn
Interdisciplinary perspective focusing on social, historical, and geographic processes which have shaped the Atlanta region.

HIST 6920
Oral History
T 5:30p-8:50p
15523
Kuhn
Comprehensive introduction to oral history, its evolution, methodological and theoretical concerns, interviewing techniques, and applications.

HIST 6999
Directed Readings
10807
Laub
 

HIST 7030
Issues and Interpretations in World History
M 1:00p-4:20p
16209
Biltoft
 
HIST 8635
U.S. Cities
Th 7:15p-9:45p
14787
Crimmins
The history of the U.S. city from colonial times to the present, focusing on spatial development, technological change, and their relationship to the civic culture.

Preservation Planning
W 7:15p-9:45p
10808
Laub
Planning tools for the identification and preservation of the historic environment.

Historic American Landscapes and Gardens
M 7:15p-9:45p
10809
Cothran
American landscapes and gardens with respect to the social, cultural, historical, and geographic factors that influence their design and development.

HIST 8680
Internship
10810
Laub
Through a prescribed field experience students are given the opportunity to apply knowledge, theory, and understanding gained from courses. May be repeated if topics vary.

HIST 8690
American Architectural History
T 7:15p-9:45p
14076
Lasner
Major themes in American architecture from European colonization to modernism. Selected architects, buildings, and vernacular traditions are examined.

Case Studies in Historic Preservation
T 7:15-9:45
10811
Laub
Research seminar in the techniques of documentation and analysis of historic sites and districts.

Museum Studies
W 7:15p-9:45p
10812
Kelly
Comprehensive overview of museums in the U.S., their history, philosophical backgrounds, and ethical issues. Museum management, artifact accession, and exhibition production will be examined.

HIST 8800
Case Studies in Public History
M 7:15p-9:45p
TBD
Wilson
HIST 8890
Special Topics in Georgia History
Th 5:30p-8:50p
16224
Eskew

PMAP 8210
Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
T 7:15p-9:45p
17078
Faulk
Overview of the nonprofit sector in society with a consideration of the nonprofit sector's relationship to the state and to for-profit sectors. Attention will be given to the social settings in which nonprofit organizations exist, and to contemporary public policy issues regarding the nonprofit sector.

PMAP 8213
Financing and Resource Development for Nonprofits
W 7:15p-9:45p
14674
Young
Economic sustainability and effective pursuit of social missions are two of the principal challenges facing contemporary nonprofit leadership. ADdressing these challenges requires leaders and managers to be knowledgeable and adept at securing adequate and appropriate sources of income for their organizations. This course is intended to illuminate the theoretical rationales and practical considerations involved in devleoping and utilizing particular sources of income and in selecting aprpopriate combinations or portfolios, so that nonprofit organizations can effetively advance their particular missions, sustain the infrastructure of their organizaitons, remain financially healthy, and manage risk and change.

TEXT 6050
Textiles
M/W 11:00a-1:50p
14565
LeBaron
For graduate students not majoring in Textiles. Textile techniques either in loom, non-lom, or surface design explored from design principles and technical application.


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