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Course Overview

(W4330) Paris in the Middle Ages
The urban fabric of Paris will provide the connective tissue linking medieval achievements in architecture, sculpture and painting with the history of the city from the Romans to the Renaissance.
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Stephen Murray

Professor
Medieval art, Gothic architecture, social and cultural history
Ph.D., University of London, 1973


Biography
Stephen Murray was educated at Oxford and the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. He joined the Columbia faculty in 1986 and currently serves as Department chair and Executive Director of the Media Center for Art History, Archaeology & Historic Preservation. His publications include books on the cathedrals of Amiens, Beauvais and Troyes; his current work is on Notre-Dame in Paris. His field of teaching includes Romanesque and Gothic art, particularly involving the integrated understanding of art and architecture within a broader framework of economic and cultural history. He is currently engaged in projecting his cathedral studies through the electronic media using a combination of three-dimensional simulation; digital imaging and video.


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605 Schermerhorn Hall
Telephone: (212) 854-8521
E-mail: sm42@columbia.edu



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