KUN2005E – Edvard Munch
Schedule, syllabus and examination date
Perspectives on the art of Edvard Munch, including a critical discussion of the reception of his works of art, both in Norway and internationally
After completed course you will have:
- specialised knowledge of Edvard Munch's most central works of art, his background and his significance in Norwegian and European Art History.
- improved oral and writing skills in academic English.
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Recommended previous knowledge
Courses on a basic level from bachelor programs such as Aestethics, History of Art or Culture Studies.
The course is taught in 2 hour sessions once or twice a week, totaling 28 hours.
The teaching is a combination of lectures and seminars. You are expected to meet prepared for classes and to participate actively.
Additional handouts can be provided to aid the general understanding of the course topic.
Part of the teaching may take place at Museums.
Access to teaching
A student who has completed compulsory instruction and coursework and has had these approved, is not entitled to repeat that instruction and coursework. A student who has been admitted to a course, but who has not completed compulsory instruction and coursework or had these approved, is entitled to repeat that instruction and coursework, depending on available capacity.
The examination at KUN2005E is a three day digital home exam.
The length of the assignment should be 6-7 standard pages (2300 characters without spacing, illustrations, notes and reference).
Submit assignments in Inspera
You submit your assignment in the digital examination system Inspera. Read about how to submit assignments in Inspera.
Use of sources and citation
Language of examination
The examination text is given in English, and you submit your response in English.
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
Resit an examination
Withdrawal from an examination
It is possible to take the exam up to 3 times. If you withdraw from the exam after the deadline or during the exam, this will be counted as an examination attempt.
Special examination arrangements
Application form, deadline and requirements for special examination arrangements.
The course is subject to continuous evaluation. At regular intervals we also ask students to participate in a more comprehensive evaluation.
All courses are subject to continuous evaluation. The Department's assessments of courses are available at our web-pages, but generally only in Norwegian.