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AS.010.365 Art of the Ancient Andes
Overall Rating: 4.90
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Professor: Lisa Deleonardis
Semester: Fall 2014

Johns Hopkins University
December 31, 2014
Students praised this course for having a passionate instructor who facilitated discussions in this lecturestyle course. Students had few issues with this course. One of the few complaints was that the course covered so many interesting topics that sometimes the course had to leave an interesting topic unexplored in order to explore another topic. Suggestions for improvement were also few as students broadly liked the course although a couple of students wished the course had study guides available. Prospective students should know that students believed that the course was welcoming to anyone regardless of whether they had a background in art; however, one student thought that a background or at least an interest in art history would be helpful.
Professor: Lisa Deleonardis
Semester: Fall 2012

Johns Hopkins University
December 31, 2012
The best aspects of the course included the passionate professor and his organized lectures. The students also got hands on experience with artifacts that were discussed by having frequent trips to the Baltimore Museum of Art. The worst aspects of the course included the occasionally tedious readings, as well as the limited amount of time available to cover vast amounts of information. The course would improve if there was a little less reading and if the students had more opportunities for labs and in-class questions. Prospective students should know that this course is very enjoyable and worth taking even if you are not an art history major.