Cultural Intersections in the History of Art II



This part of the Cultural Intersections in the History of Art  course examines the influence of different global cultures on the history of Western art from the medieval period to the twentieth century. Organised thematically, Dr Rachel Moss will consider how different factors such as religious conversion, trade and the age of discovery on artistic styles and techniques and introduced new fashions to Western art and architecture.

Rachel is an art and architectural historian with a particular interest in medieval Ireland. Her research has developed from doctoral studies in Romanesque architecture and sculpture to focus on the later medieval period, in particular the social context of medieval art and architecture.

Date, Time and Place

This lecture-only module comprises of two lectures per week over one term commencing in January 2024.

Please check the School of Histories and Humanities website in August for updates on this course at:

Course Fees

€85 full rate, €60 concession rate.

The concession rate is available to all those retired, over 65s, and those on a government pension / payment plan and the unwaged, including second- and third-level students.


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