Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
9201045492015Byzantine Textile Art-IElective115
Level of Course Unit
Third Cycle
Objectives of the Course
Bizans uygarlığında 4.-15. yüzyıllar sürecinde üretilmiş dokuma eserlerin üslupsal karakterinden hareketle; ikonografik ve kronolojik çözümle beceresi kazanma, teknik bilgileri tanıma, mesleki terminolojiyi kullanabilme amaçlanır.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Ass. Prof. Dr. Lale DOĞER
Learning Outcomes
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
Yok
Recommended Optional Programme Components
Yok
Course Contents
Bizans uygarlığında ekonomik, sosyal, dinsel, estetik, işlevsel değerlerle üretilerek kullanılmış dokumaların erken-orta-geç Bizans Dönemi örnekleri tanımlanacaktır.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
Recommended or Required Reading
A. Stauffer, “Textiles of Late Antiquity”, in Textiles of Late Antiquity, New York, 5-17. D.T. Rice, The Art of Byzantium, London 1959. Byzantium ( Treasures of Byzantine Art and Culture ), Ed. By. David Bucton, London 1994. The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, New York 1991 The Glory of Byzantium, ed. C. Evans-William D. Wixom, New York, 1997 Everday Life in Byzantium, ed. Demetra Papanikola-Bakirtzis, Atina 2002. Byzantium Faith and Power (1261-1557), ed. H. C. Evans New York 2004. D. Jacoby, “Silk Production”, in E. Jeffreys, J. Haldon, R. Cormack (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Studies), Oxford, 2008, 421-428. M. Parani, “Cultured identity and dress: the case of Late Byzantine court costume”, JÖB 57: 95-134. M. Parani,”Fabrics and Clothing”, in E. Jeffreys, J. Haldon, R. Cormack (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Studies), Oxford, 2008, 408-428. A. Muthesius, Studies in Byzantine and Islamic Silk Weaving, London, 1995. A. Muthesius, Byzantine Silk Weaving AD 400 to AD 1200, Vienna 1997 G.C. Maniatis, “Organizations, market, structure, and modus operandi of the private silk industry in tenth-century Byzantium”, DOP 53: 263-332. N. Oikonomides, “Silk trade and Production in Byzantium from the sixth to the ninth century: the seals of the Kommerkiarioi”, DOP 40: 33-51. J.L. Ball, Byzantine Dress: Representations of Secular Dress in Eighth-to Twelfth-Century Painting, New York, 2005. M.H. Rutschowscaya, Coptic Fabrics, Paris, 1990. M. Reinhold, History of Purple as a Status Symbol in Antiquity, Brussels, 1970. E. Piltz, “Middle Byzantine court costume”in H. Maquire (ed), Byzantine Court Culture from 829 to 1204, Washington, DC, 39-51. H. Maguire., “ Garments Pleasing to God: The Signifiance of Domestic Textile Desing in the Early Byzantine Period ”, DOP, Sayı:44 (1990) J.Lasus., The Early Christian and Byzantium World, London 1991 W.F.Volbach., “ Textiles ”, Byzantine Art and European Art, 9th, Exhibition of Council of Eupope, Athens 1964, 460-467. A.Cutler, “Imagitination and Documention: Eagle Silks in Byzantium, the Latin West and Abbasid Baghdad”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift (2003).Vol. 96, Issue1, 67-72. M.V. Hudson, Ancient Grek, Roman and Byzantine Costume and Decoration, London ,1977. R. Milburn, Early Christian Art&Architecture, California 1988. G.Öney, “Bizans Figürlerinde Anadolu Selçuk Etkisi”, Selçuklu Araştırmaları Dergisi, sayı.3, Ankara 1971.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
SUM0
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
SUM0
SUM0
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
Yok
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
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Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes
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18
* Contribution Level : 1 Very low 2 Low 3 Medium 4 High 5 Very High
 
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