Through participating in class discussions and course assignments, students completing this course will be able to
• describe, analyze, and contextualize religious art and architecture
• incorporate religious art as a visual source in their own research in an informed, interdisciplinary way
• critically reflect upon different theories and methods of explanation and interpretation of religious art
• construct art historical narratives containing sustained and systematic analyses of examples of medieval religious art and architecture in all their complexity (style, type, design, space) and different contexts of making and viewing.