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AS.010.251 Medieval Spaces: Site, Image, and Viewer in the Middle Ages
Overall Rating: 4.53
Based on 3 reviews
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Professor: Christopher Lakey
Semester: Spring 2016


Johns Hopkins University
4.67
June 1, 2016
The best aspects of this course were the interesting subject matter. Some students found the course material to be repetitive. Some students also commented that the workload was excessive. Prospective students should have basic knowledge of biblical stories and imagery to be successful in this course.
Professor: Christopher Lakey
Semester: Spring 2013


Johns Hopkins University
4.50
June 1, 2013
The best aspect of this course included the instructor’s engaging lectures and his willingness to help.
Professor: Christopher Lakey
Semester: Spring 2012


Johns Hopkins University
4.43
June 1, 2012
The best aspects of this course included the professor�s educational and engaging lectures and his genuine interest in his students� success, as well as the interesting material and museum trips. The worst aspect of this course was the long reading assignments. Suggestions for improvement focused on test preparation, including posting slides earlier, holding review sessions, and including more explanations or discussions of the reading material in class. Future students should know that no background in art history is needed to do well in this survey course, and are advised to start research early for assignments.