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- To use specific research concepts and methods cultural anthropology as they are applied in in the field of church art and in the field of theology.
- Formation of skills needed to apologize for values culturally and religiously to which I subscribe, objectively and based on historical and scientific evidence.
Course Entry Requirements:
2 Terminology and methods of Anthropology growing
2 Terminology and methods of Anthropology Cultural.
4 The phenomenon of diffusion in the Carpathian area, in church art: icons, iconography
5 The phenomenon of acculturation in the Carpathian area, in church art: icons, iconography
6 The phenomenon of resistance in the Carpathian area, in church art: icons, iconography
7 The role of religious, theological aspects in art (icons on wood, glass, etc.)
8 The role of cultural and political aspects in art (icons on wood, glass, etc.)
9 The phenomenon of diffusion of architectural types spread through missionary activity of the pilgrim monks who lived in the monasteries from rocks (cave churches).
10 The phenomenon of acculturation of types church architecture spread in the area Carpathian.
11 The phenomenon of diffusion in the field wooden church architecture.
12 The phenomenon of acculturation in the field wooden church architecture.
13 The phenomenon of resistance in the field wooden church architecture
14 Recapitulation and summary
Lecture, debate, presentation.
Preparing the student to observe, analyze and comment intercultural, interethnic, interfaith and influences interreligious in the art and architecture of the Carpathians, in the way objective, through the use of scientific means and methods, moving away from subjective comments.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Written paper – 70%; essay 20%, continuous assessment – 10%.
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The Orthodox Churches and The Secular State, Oxford, Auckland
Srbik H. von,
A Christian and Roman Concept That Fulfilled Its Mission“ The Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages, Herzstein R.E