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An Art History Style Guide
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HUM 210

syllabus | readings | extras


FIA 110

Introduction to Art
syllabus | readings | extras


FIA 270

Art History Survey I
syllabus | readings | extras


FIA 470

Modern Art
syllabus | readings | extras








Continuity of Instruction During a Catastrophic Event: Important Updates [no updates]




Readings & Extras

HUM 210


FIA 110

FIA 470


FIA 270


Recommended readings:

Morales & Risatti, "Pre-Columbian Rock Art and Sensitive Cognition" (Archaeopress, 2019).






Art History Style Guide

Chicago Style Help (Purdue OWL)

APA Style Help (Purdue OWL)

MLA Style (Purdue OWL)

IEEE Style Guide


Common Notes on Papers

Plagiarism Advice

Scholarly Sources

Guide for Presentations

Special Characters (ñ, ±, á, ¾, etc)

NSU Writing Center @ Lyman Beecher Brooks Library
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- email writingcenter@nsu.edu
- call 757.823.2271



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General Education requirements
B.A. in Art, Art History emphasis requirements

Directed Study Proposals

Directed Study proposal deadlines are here: uca.edu/art/current-students/deadlines/
All proposals must be signed by your faculty mentor.

Art XXX Directed Study Guidelines [revisions in progress]
Other Department Deadlines


_Irene Winter on Style (an excerpt of an excellent formal analysis!):

Irene Winter, "The Affective Properties of Styles: An Inquiry into Analytical Process and the Inscription of Meaning in Art History," in Picturing Science Producing Art, ed. Caroline A. Jones and Peter Galison (New York: Routledge, 1998), 55-73. [brief excerpt]

_Terence Grieder on Style:

Terence Grieder, Artist and Audience, 2nd ed. (Madison, WI: Brown & Benchmark, 1996), 140. [brief excerpt]

_Greg Urban on Style:

"Style means a form of language use characterizable independently of the content or semantic meaning that is communicated, which constitutes a sign vehicle that contrasts with others in a culture" (Greg Urban, A Discourse Centered Approach to Culture: Native South American Myths and Rituals [Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991], 106).

_Other Readings on Style:
_(see the library for these)

Heinrich Wölfflin, Principles of Art History: The Problem of the Development of Style in Later Art, trans. Marie Donald Mackie Hottinger (1932; New York: Dover, 1950).

Meyer Shapiro, "Style," in Anthropology Today: An Encyclopedic Inventory, ed. A. L. Kroeber (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953).

Berel Lang, ed., The Concept of Style, revised and expanded (1979; Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1987).

Polly Schaafsma, "Form, Content and Function: Theory and Method in North American Rock Art Studies," in Advances of Archaeological Method and Theory, ed. by M. Schiffer, vol. 8, pp. 237-277 (New York: Academic Press, 1985).

Margaret W. Conkey and Christine Hastorf, eds. The Uses of Style in Archaeology. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990).



Libraries & Research

Lyman Beecher Brooks Library at Norfolk State University
- A-Z Databases: Library databases for your research
- LibGuides: Browse By Subject
- LibGuides: Art History

Undergraduate Resources
- See especially: Not Sure Where to Start Your Research, Find the Reference Desk, and Ask a Librarian.

NSU Library "How To" Research Help
- Searching, Evaluating, Writing

NSU Writing Center @ Lyman Beecher Brooks Library
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- email writingcenter@nsu.edu
- call 757.823.2271


William R. & Norma B. Harvey Library at Hampton University
Old Dominion University Libraries
Virtual Library of Virginia
Norfolk Public Library


Rock Art Studies: A Bibliographic Database
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Adjunct Professor of Art History
Norfolk State University, Fall 2019

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up'd : 25 JAN 2021