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Conservation for Cultural Heritage Collections: Museums, Libraries and Archives: Courses

Learning: The Key to Success

Courses at Yale

There are numerous courses taught at Yale University that focus on areas related to technical art history and art conservation. Although these courses are not rountinely offered, the courses listed below provide an idea of the topics and areas that have been covered at Yale. Course pages include sample syllabi and course readings. These courses can also provide additional resources for the interested researcher.

COURSES:

Aspects of Connoisseurship and Conservation (HSAR 403) 
The Technical Examination of Art (HSAR 466) 
Materials and Techniques Seminar (ART 524)    

If you are a professor and would like to have your course listed in this guide, please contact Beth Morris, Assistant Librarian, beth.morris@yale.edu