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AS.010.400 Looking at Language: Vision and Textuality from Surrealism to the Present
Overall Rating: 5.00
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Professor: Molly Warnock
Semester: Fall 2014

Johns Hopkins University
December 31, 2014
Students praised this course for being a hybrid course that included a mixture of both undergraduate and graduate students all of whom brought interesting perspectives to this discussion-focused course. Perceived issues with the course included a belief by most students that the course had a large amount of assigned readings, much of which were dense. Suggestions for improvement varied; however, multiple students thought that it would improve the course if students met for multiple sessions each week instead of meeting in one long session. Prospective students should know that students found this was a great class that involved both graduate and undergraduate students. They also thought the course didn’t require an art history background, just strong writing skills and an appreciation for art.