During the Winter term of 2018, the School for Studies in Art and Culture will present a special edition of the course ARTH 3701 – Art & Architecture. The course, which will combine classroom and on-site learning, is entitled:
“Dis/Order in Paris”
There are TWO SECTIONS OF THE COURSE BEING OFFERED (sign up for one or the other!):
* ARTH 3701A for students who are interested in the History and Theory of Architecture program. Taught by Professor Michael Windover, this section will focus on modern architectural production in Paris as relating to themes of order and disorder.
* ARTH 3701B for students who are interested in the Art History program. Taught by Professor Jill Carrick, this section will focus on modern artistic production in Paris as relating to themes of order and disorder.
THIS COURSE WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE WINTER SEMESTER, 2018.
PREREQUISITES: Third-year standing in Art History, or permission of the Department.
FIRST HALF: In-class lectures covering course themes
READING WEEK: A 5-day trip to Paris to study themes on site. Professors Jill Carrick and Michael Windover will jointly conduct the onsite visit to Paris, combining ARTH 3701 A and ARTH 3701 B during the trip.
SECOND HALF: Students work independently on their research projects, utilizing information from lectures and the trip.
SYMPOSIUM: At the end of term, students from both courses will present their research projects in a mini-symposium.
TENTATIVE READING WEEK ITINERARY
DAY 1 (MONDAY):
- Arrive and rest
DAY 2 (TUESDAY):
- Musée d’Orsay
- Ste. Etienne-du Mont
- Bibliothèque Ste Geneviève.
DAY 3 (WEDNESDAY):
- Palais Royal
DAY 4 (THURSDAY):
- Centre Pompidou
DAY 5 (FRIDAY):
- Vincennes castle
- Parc de Vincennes
- Palais de la Porte Dorée
DAY 6 (SATURDAY):
- Travel back to Ottawa
ESTIMATED TRIP BUDGET
Airport Transportation: $40
Residence Room 5 nights @ $70/night: $350
Food for 5 days (approx. $65/day): $325
Dinner @ $30/day
Transportation/Admissions: Up to $110
Weekends: At your discretion
Souvenirs: At your discretion
Approximate Baseline Total $2160*
* Please note that student costs will be lower thanks to financial support offered by the Dean’s Office of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The subsidy will be announced at a later date.
Students would arrange their own travel to and from Paris.
HOW TO ENROLL
Space in this course is limited. Early enrolment is strongly advised.
Download, print and fill out the three forms included in this PDF: ARTH 3701 Forms – Paris 2018, and deliver to Caroline Karasiuk (SP 423B) with deposit cheque* by July 1st.
Register for the course online in Carleton Central (by July 10th)
* $500 deposit cheque made out to Carleton University is non-refundable after August 1 unless the course is cancelled or your application for admission is unsuccessful.