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Previous Class Visits

Previous Class Visits
 
Click on an Amherst College course title below to open a PDF listing the works of art viewed by each class. Information about non-Amherst College class visits is provided in the museum's annual reports.

American Studies 11: The American Dream

American Studies 111: Global Valley

American Studies 112: The City: New York

American Studies 24: The Neo-Western

American Studies 240: Rethinking Pocahontas: An Introduction to Native American Studies

American Studies 468/English 470: Research Methods in American Culture

American Studies 68/English 95: Research Methods in American Culture

Anthropology 220: Collecting the Past: Art and Artifacts of the Ancient Americas

Anthropology 24: Archaeological Method, Theory, and Practice

Anthropology Independent Study: Ancient Andean Material Culture

Art and the History of Art 103: Twentieth-Century Art

Art and the History of Art 111: Drawing I, Fall 2011

Art and the History of Art 13: Printmaking I

Art and the History of Art 137: American Art and Architecture, 1600 to Present

Art and the History of Art 14: Sculpture I

Art and the History of Art 146/European Studies 146/Women's and Gender Studies 113: Art from the Realm of Dreams

Art and the History of Art 152/Asian Languages and Civilizations 142: Visual Culture of the Islamic World

Art and the History of Art 218: Photography I

Art and the History of Art 254: Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Northern European Painting

Art and the History of Art 27: Printmaking II

Art and the History of Art 310: Collaborative Art: Practice and Theory of Working with a Community

Art and the History of Art 329: Ideas, Influences and Vision: Building a Body of Work

Art and the History of Art 33/History 37: Material Culture: American Homes

Art and the History of Art 35/European Studies 38: Art and Architecture of Europe from 1400-1800

Art and the History of Art 352/European Studies 352/Women’s and Gender Studies 352: Proseminar: Images of Sickness and Healing

Art and the History of Art 380: Museums and Society

Art and the History of Art 384/Asian Languages and Civilizations 384: The Japanese Image Replicated: Prints, Postcards, and Photographs

Art and the History of Art 4: Basic Drawing I, Fall 2010

Art and the History of Art 4: Basic Drawing, Spring 2010

Art and the History of Art 62/Asian Languages and Civilizations 38: From Edo to Tokyo: Japanese Art from 1600 to the Present

Art and the History of Art 85: Witches, Vampires, and Other Monsters

Art and the History of Art 92: "Art and Its Display" in the Twentieth Century

Art and the History of Art 92: Survey of Contemporary Art Since 1945

Asian Languages and Civilization 326/Religion 326/Women’s and Gender Studies 326: Enlightening Passion: Sexuality and Gender in Tibetan Buddhism

Asian Languages and Civilizations 14/Religion 23: Introduction to Buddhist Traditions

Asian Languages and Civilizations 20: Reinventing Tokyo: The Art, Literature and Politics of Japan’s Modern Capital

Asian Languages and Civilizations 21: Traditional Japanese Literature

Asian Languages and Civilizations 29/Women’s and Gender Studies 13: Fashion Matters: Clothes, Bodies and Consumption in East Asia

Asian Languages and Civilizations 292/History 292: The Inheritance of Iran: The Iranian World from Antiquity to the Middle Ages

Asian Languages and Civilizations 325: Beyond Shangri-La: Narratives of Tibet, East and West

Black Studies 315: Myth, Ritual, and Iconography in West Africa

Classics 132: Greek History

Classics 23/Women's and Gender Studies 23: Greek Civilization

Classics 333: The History of Rome

Classics 334: The Archaeology of Greece

Colloquium 238: Buddhism on the Silk Road

Colloquium 334: Archives of Childhood

English 1: American Wilderness

English 1: Visuality and Literature

English 17: Unreliabilities

English 21: Writing Poetry I, Fall 2010

English 21: Writing Poetry I, Spring 2010

English 221: Writing Poetry I, Fall 2011

English 27: Writing Poetry II

English 371: Victorian Lives

English 449: Poetry and Research

English 47: The Rise of the English Novel

English 5: Reading Historically

English 95/American Studies 68: Research Methods in American Culture

Environmental Studies 495: Senior Seminar

European Studies 201: Napoleon’s Legends

European Studies 238/History 236: Soviet Union During the Cold War

European Studies 246/German 366: Bauhaus

European Studies 339/History 439: Defining the Modern: Russia Between Tsars and Communists

European Studies 34/Russian 34: Birth of the Avant-Garde: Modern Poetry and Culture in France and Russia, 1870–1930

European Studies 38/Art and the History of Art 35: Art and Architecture of Europe from 1400-1800

First-Year Seminar 10: Exile in Spain and Latin America

First-Year Seminar 101: Value of Nature

First-Year Seminar 11: Eros and Insight

First-Year Seminar 110: Heroes and Heroines in Ancient Athens

First-Year Seminar 114: Encounters with Nature

First-Year Seminar 115: Encounters with Eurasia: Russian Culture at the Frontier

First-Year Seminar 115: Healing Literature: Edwidge Danticat and Her Beloved Haiti

First-Year Seminar 116: Big Books

First-Year Seminar 12: Friendship

First-Year Seminar 120: Imagining the Past

First-Year Seminar 121: Pariscape: Imagining Paris in the Twentieth Century

First-Year Seminar 122: Drugs in History

First-Year Seminar 123: Mind and Brain

First-Year Seminar 125: Space and Place

First-Year Seminar 18: Arts of Spain

First-Year Seminar 19: Growing up in America, Fall 2009

First-Year Seminar 19: Growing Up in America, Fall 2010

First-Year Seminar 2: Genes, Genomes and Society

First-Year Seminar 21: Giving

First-Year Seminar 22: Genocide

First-Year Seminar 22: Strange Russian Writers, Fall 2009

First-Year Seminar 23: Happiness, Fall 2009

First-Year Seminar 23: Happiness, Fall 2010

First-Year Seminar 25: Privacy

First-Year Seminar 28: Reading Nature

First-Year Seminar 8: Figures of Ill Repute

First-Year Seminar 9: Slavery and the American Imagination, Fall 2009

First-Year Seminar 9: Slavery and the American Imagination, Fall 2010

French 208: French Conversation

French 44: Mirrors of the World: The Nineteenth-Century French Novel

Geology 103: Geology of the Great American West

German 102: Elementary German II

German 50: Rilke

German 63: Traumatic Events

Greek 1: Introduction to the Greek Language

History 121: Medieval Europe: From Charlemagne to Columbus

History 22/Black Studies 47: Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

History 222: The Byzantine Empire

History 230/European Studies 230: The French Revolution

History 231/European Studies 231: Race and Empire: The British Experience from 1760

History 3: Europe in the Twentieth Century

History 392: Environmental History of Latin America

History 4: Early Modern Europe

History 402: Proseminar: Research and Writing: Wine

History 54: Enviornmental History of Latin America

History 6/Russian 20: Introduction to the Peoples and Culture of Eurasia

History 76: Topics in European History: The Politics of Memory in Twentieth-Century Europe

Latin 442: Advanced Readings in Latin Literature II

Mathematics 12: Intermediate Calculus

Mathematics 13: Multivariable Calculus

Music 49: Anthropology of Listening

Philosophy 362: Heidegger and the Phenomenological Tradition

Political Science 34: American Political Thought

Political Science 9: Metropolis: The Politics and Cultures of Cities

Political Science 98: Gender and Alpinism

Psychology 337: Stereotypes and Prejudice

Religion 126: Science Fiction, Narrative, and Identity

Religion 252/Asian Languages and Civilizations 252: Buddhist Life Writing

Religion 26/Asian Languages and Civilizations 69: Theravada Buddhism

Religion 370: Close Readings: The Classics of Judaism and Christianity

Religion 372: The Secret Jesus

Russian 1: First-Year Russian 1

Russian 18: Russian Lives

Russian 20/History 6: Introduction to the Peoples and Culture of Eurasia

Russian 213: Century of Catastrophe: Soviet and Contemporary Russia in Literature and Film

Russian 34/European Studies 34: Birth of the Avant-Garde: Modern Poetry and Culture in France and Russia, 1870–1930

Spanish 110: Elementary Spanish

Spanish 140: Spanish for Heritage Speakers

Spanish 212: Hispanic World: Past, Present, and Future

Spanish 5: Advanced Spanish

Women’s and Gender Studies 105: Women, Gender, and Popular Culture

Women’s and Gender Studies 13/Asian Languages and Civilizations 29: Fashion Matters: Clothes, Bodies and Consumption in East Asia

Women’s and Gender Studies 3: Gender and Ethnicity in Latin America

Women’s and Gender Studies 7: Gender and the Environment, Professor Manuela Picq

 

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Tuesday         9 a.m.–midnight
Wednesday         9 a.m.–midnight
Thursday         9 a.m.–midnight
Friday         9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday         9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday         9 a.m.–midnight

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