COURSE UNIT TITLE

: WAYS OF SEEING IN EASTERN PAINTING

Description of Individual Course Units

Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type Of Course D U L ECTS
STA 5043 WAYS OF SEEING IN EASTERN PAINTING ELECTIVE 3 0 0 6

Offered By

Art and Design

Level of Course Unit

Second Cycle Programmes (Master's Degree)

Course Coordinator

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR TUĞCAN GÜLER

Offered to

Art and Design

Course Objective

The aim of this course is to define the depict mentality formed in the East throughout history, in political and geographical borders in terms of, primarily, book paintings, and discuss them in terms of orientalist point of view and today s practises.

Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit

1   After the education given with this course, the students are supposed to know the political, geographical and cultural borders of the East before and after Islam,
2   assess the depict savvy existed in the East and developed in book paintings in the context of mentality and points of view,
3   define `East Painting personally and explain the fiction and visual forms in the depicts related to this definition,
4   discuss the East painting from the point of view of orientalism,
5   scrutinise the connections between the definitions and concepts of the Eastern painting scientifically.

Mode of Delivery

Face -to- Face

Prerequisites and Co-requisites

None

Recomended Optional Programme Components

None

Course Contents

Week Subject Description
1 Determining historical, political and geographical borders of the context of `East and `Eastern Painting
2 Defining `East culturally and artistically
3 Orientalism and the East
4 Student s presentation and Discussion on East depicts and mentality in Amin Maalouf books
5 Student s presentation and Discussion on East depicts and mentality in Amin Maalouf books
6 Book paintings in the East : Depict savvy and visual forms religious systems and effects
7 Book paintings in the East : Depict savvy and visual forms religious systems and effects
8 Book paintings in the East : Depict savvy and visual forms the books published in accordance with literature and periods
9 Book paintings in the East : Depict savvy and visual forms similarities and differences with the West
10 Making up compositions in Persian Book Paintings and place perception students presentation
11 Making up compositions in Ottoman Book Paintings and place perception students presentation
12 Making up compositions in Indian Book Paintings and place perception students presentation
13 Genereal assesment

Recomended or Required Reading

Oleg GRABAR; Mostly Miniatures, An Introduction to Persian Painting, Princeton Uni. Press, New York 2001.
Edhem ELDEM; DOĞUYU TÜKETMEK, Osmanlı Bankası Arşiv ve Araştırma Merkezi, Istanbul 2007.
Serpil BAĞCI; Filiz ÇAĞMAN; Günsel RENDA; Zeren TANINDI; Osmanlı Resim Sanatı, T.C. Kültür ve Turizm Bakanlığı Yayınları, Istanbul, 2006.

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

In this course, we will assess what the definitions of `East mean today, discuss the painting viewpoints emerging in the East, and make a visual explanation of Eastern painting. Students are asked to make a presentation about the topics determined at the beginning of the term and summit the presentation as a report.

Assessment Methods

SORTING NUMBER SHORT CODE LONG CODE FORMULA
1 PRJ PROJECT
2 FCG FINAL COURSE GRADE
3 FCGR FINAL COURSE GRADE (RESIT) ASG * 0.40 + FN * 0.60
4 RST RESIT
5 RST RESIT ASG * 0.40 + RST * 0.60


*** Resit Exam is Not Administered in Institutions Where Resit is not Applicable.

Further Notes About Assessment Methods

None

Assessment Criteria

Reports and/or presentations are taken at the end of the term and final exam is evaluated by 100 points.

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Course Policies and Rules

After the theoritical and oral information is presented, the written documents are given to the students.
Students are expected to read texts from related bibliography for the next lecture.

Contact Details for the Lecturer(s)

filiz.adiguzel@deu.edu.tr

Office Hours

To be announced.

Work Placement(s)

None

Workload Calculation

Activities Number Time (hours) Total Work Load (hours)
Theory 13 2 26
Preparation before/after weekly lectures (working out on course materials, reading essays etc.) 13 2 26
Preparation for Final Exam 1 20 20
Preparation for Projects 1 40 40
Preparation for Presentations 1 40 40
Final 1 1 1
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours) 153

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

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