Shared Interdisciplinary Theory 3
FaVU-3STV3Acad. year: 2020/2021
Interdisciplinary theory represents a core course in the doctoral program curriculum. The content of the course has been modeled along the fact that in the undergraduate and graduate programs, students obtain general knowledge of art theory and related humanities. Hence each semester of the course is adapted to a certain extent to the current individual focus of the students in the particular year and their research needs and preferences.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students will achieve a broader perspective on the issues dealt with in contermpoary art theory due to the involvement with different Department of theory teachers or invited guests.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
Jacques AUMONT, Obraz (2. vydání). Praha: AMU, 2010. (CS)
Helena BENDOVÁ – Matěj STRNAD (eds.), Společenské vědy a audiovize. Praha: AMU, 2014. (CS)
Peter BURKE, Společnost a vědění II. Od Encyklopedie k Wikipedii. Praha: Univerzita Karlova – Karolinum, 2014. (CS)
Umberto ECO, Meze interpretace. Praha: Univerzita Karlova – Karolinum, 2004. (CS)
Michel FOUCAULT, Archeologie vědění (2. vydání). Praha: Hermann a synové, 2016. (CS)
Nelson GOODMAN, Jazyky umění. Praha: Academia, 2007. (CS)
Stuart HALL, Representation. Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. London – New Dehli: Thousand Oaks – Sage, 2000. (CS)
Wolfgang ISER, Jak se dělá teorie. Praha: Univerzita Karlova: Karolinum, 2009. (CS)
Konrád Paul LIESMANN, Teorie nevzdělanosti. Praha: Academia, 2009. (CS)
Erwin PANOFSKI, Význam ve výtvarném umění. Praha: Malvern – Academia, 2013. (CS)
Veronika VEBEROVÁ – Petr A. BÍLEK – Vladimír PAPOUŠEK – David SKALICKÝ (eds.), Jazyky reprezentace. Reprezentace jako teoretický problém ve filozofii a v myšlení o umění a kultuře, v literatuře a filmu. Praha: Akropolis, 2012. (CS)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Combination of lectures and group seminars in which texts on theory and philosophy or art are selected in advance.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
The semester is completed by a colloquium during which students show the extent of the body of knowledge they have acquired.
Language of instruction
Lectures in the third cycle of the course are based on a more pronounced invovememnt of the Department of Theory faculty who wiil introduce to students a chosen area of their own research.
The seminars are set up by individual Ddpartment of Theory faculty or other designated professionals who define the seminars' content in advance. Students are actively involved in the process of the completion of texts and other materials used for the seminars.
The course aims at intertextualizing and deepening theoretical knowledge from a broad spectrum of disciplines ranging from traditional art history, contemporary art theory, new media and visual culture theory, currently formed interdisciplinary field of curatorial studies and a wide spectrum of related humanities which inform postcontemporary artistic practices.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
Students obtain the non-letter grade upon actively participating in the semiars and fulfilling the assignments.
Classification of course in study plans