Integrated Arts courses are primarily designed to combine the study of two or more arts, whether from a critical-historical point of view, or within creative workshops. Note that the courses may be cross-listed from other programs.  Please see main section for descriptions.



IA 210 Introduction to Performance Studies

Mark Franko

M . W . .

12:00-1:20 pm

RKC 200


An introduction to the field of performance studies, broadly conceived as an interdisciplinary enterprise that includes performance art, dance, theatre, visual culture, and music. The emphasis will be on the development of the concept of performance and its impact on contemporary artistic creation as well as for theory and criticism across the arts. We pay particular attention to the intellectual, artistic, and historical background from which performance studies emerged since the 1960s. There will be three essays on assigned topics and one final exam. Required texts: Mark Franko and Annette Richards, Acting on  the Past: Historical Performance Across the  Disciplines.   



ART 100   Cybergraphics I

Hap Tivey

. . W . .

10:00 - 12:30 pm

HDR 106




ART 200   Cybergraphics II

Hap Tivey

. . . Th .

1:30 -4:30 pm

HDR 106




LIT 3145   The Politics of Form

Ann Lauterbach

. T . . .

1:30 -3:50 pm

OLIN 310




MUS 211   Jazz in Literature I

Thurman Barker

M . W . .

10:30 - 11:50 am

BLM N210