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Taken from the AH 210 Course Syllabus
Research Project: this project provides each student with the opportunity to interweave areas of study and interest within and beyond art history. Each project must have a link to some aspect of Myth in Classical Art, but the topic can expand beyond it, for example, Mythological battles as a visual means of defining and commemorating war, post-Antiquity use of and response to myth, 20th and 21st century artists who explore myth from Classical Art, myths as a means of story-telling, myths as a means of transcending time and cultures, myth to perpetuate a city’s image and reputation through its coinage. The point of the project is for each student to deepen his/her area(s) of interest and academic pursuit and to approach the topic with creative thinking.