ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES III (ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT)
Conceived and tailored to the academic needs of art history students, this course aims to teach art history students the "language" of the discipline at an advanced level, i.e., its terminology that is important for an understanding of technical terms and processes within the scope of the arts of painting, sculpture and architecture. Students are exposed both to the assigned articles on art history and to a number of selected extracts from biographies of artists, thus familiarising themselves with terms and concepts indispensable to describe a work of art. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions and demonstrate their understanding of the readings.
- Hewings, M., Advanced Grammar in Use, Cambridge Universuty Press, 2000.
Krause, C.A., The story of Painting (from the Renaissance to the Present), Konemann, Cologne, 1995.
Wolfflin, H., Classic Art (An Introduction to the Italian Renaissance), Phaidon Press Limited, London, 1994.
Različiti rječnici, npr. Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary, Cambridge International Dictionary of English i sl.
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, Oxford University Press, 1998.
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists, Oxford University Press, 2003.