Spring 2014 not offered
Beginning with the Shinto shrine at Ise and ending with the Zen garden of the Ryoan-ji, the course studies a series of important Shinto and Buddhist sanctuaries, analyzing each as an integrated architectural-artistic statement of a particular set of religious teachings. The class will explore the formative influence of religious doctrine upon art in these specific settings.
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For East Asian Studies students only, this course can be used to satisfy the core requirement for Japanese History/Culture.
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