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Lisa Reilly

Professor
Unit: School of Architecture
Department: Department of Architectural History
Office location and address
Peyton 201
164 Rugby Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Thomas Jefferson: The Public and Private Worlds of Monticello and the University of Virginia
Source: U.S. Nfah - Nat'L Endowment For The Humanities
October 01, 2018 – May 31, 2021
Thomas Jefferson: The Public and Private Worlds University of Virginia of Monticello and the
Source: U.S. Nfah - Nat'L Endowment For The Humanities
October 01, 2017 – December 31, 2019
AR All Men are created equal
Source: U.S. Nfah - Nat'L Endowment For The Humanities
October 01, 2015 – December 31, 2017
(replaced with GH10116)Thomas Jefferson: The Public and Private Wolds of Monticello and the University of Virginia
Source: Loc--Nat. Endowment For The Humanities
October 01, 2017 – October 01, 2017
AR-ICMA-Gesta Editor
Source: International Center of Medieval Art
August 25, 2012 – January 09, 2013
ARH 1010: History of Architecture I
Credits: 3
We will explore how architecture affects us, as well as how it informs us about past societies. In what ways does architecture shape our experiences; how does it enhance or detract from human activities? This course will cover material from the pre-historic period through c. 1420 largely in Europe with some examples from Asia, Africa and the Americas. Classes will be a combination of lectures and in-class activities.
SARC 1500: SARC Seminars
Credits: 1
SARC 1500 courses are 1-credit seminars capped at 20 first-year students, all of whom are assigned to the instructor as advisees. They are topically focused on an area identified by the faculty member; they also include a significant advising component centered on undergraduate issues (e.g., choosing a major, study abroad opportunities, undergraduate research, etc.).
ARH 2500: Special Topics in Architectural History
Credits: 1–3
Topical offerings in architectural history.
ARTH 2559: New Course in History of Art
Credits: 3–4
This course provides the opportunity to offer new topics in the subject History of Art.
ARH 3006: Digital Humanities and Visual Culture
Credits: 3
We will critically assess the role of digital humanities in art and architectural history through an analysis of extant digital projects, discussions of ethical concerns, and data visualizations as well as a wide range of available tools such as GIS, Storymap, view-shed analysis, & 3D visualizations.We will consider best practices in digital site development employing a design thinking process.
ARH 3103: Reconstructing the Medieval Haj
Credits: 3
Our course will reconstruct the journey of Ibn Jubayr, a twelfth century Spanish Muslim who recorded his haj from Spain to Mecca. Using his lively travel diary, we will analyze the visual culture and built environment of the medieval Mediterranean and together recreate key sites from his journey with easy to use digital tools such as Neatline.
ARTH 3255: Renaissance Art on Site
Credits: 3
Firsthand, direct knowledge of Renaissance art and architecture through an intensive program of on-site visits in Florence and Rome. The course aims to provide a deeper understanding of the specificity of images and sites; that is, their materials, texture, scale, size, proportions, colors, and volumes. It also aims to instill a full sense of the importance of the original location for the understanding and interpretation of Renaissance art. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
ARCH 3500: Special Topics in Architecture
Credits: 3
Topical offerings in architecture.
ARH 3500: Special Topics in Architectural History
Credits: 1–3
Topical offerings in architectural history.
ZFOR 3503: International Study
Placeholder course for students studying abroad
ARH 4591: Undergraduate Seminar in the History of Architecture
Credits: 3
Research seminar in select topics in architectural history.
ARTH 4591: Undergraduate Seminar in the History of Art
Credits: 3
Subject varies with the instructor, who may decide to focus attention either on a particular period, artist, or theme, or on the broader question of the aims and methods of art history. Subject is announced prior to each registration period. Representative subjects include the life and art of Pompeii, Roman painting and mosaics, history and connoisseurship of baroque prints, art and politics in revolutionary Europe, Picasso and painting, and problems in American art and culture. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
ARH 4999: Major Special Study: Thesis
Credits: 3
Advanced independent research projects by fourth year architectural history students. Prerequisite: Instructor approval and departmental approval of topic.
ARCH 5500: Special Topics in Architecture
Credits: 1–6
Topical offerings in architecture.
ARH 5500: Selected Topics in Architectural History
Credits: 1–3
Special topics pursued in a colloquium. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
ARH 5993: Independent Studies in Architectural History
Credits: 1–4
Advanced work on independent research topics by individual students. Departmental approval of the topic is required.
ARH 7010: History of Architecture I
Credits: 3
This course will introduce students to the tools of visual analysis, reading architectural drawings and the study of architecture as a part of the larger cultural, social and political context of its society. While the course will focus on Western Europe, it will also include topics from the eastern Mediterranean and Asia.
ARH 7993: Independent Study: Architectural History
Credits: 1–3
Independent research on topics selected by individual students in consultation with a faculty advisor.
ARH 8006: Digital Humanities and Visual Culture
Credits: 3
We will critically assess the role of digital humanities in art and architectural history through an analysis of extant digital projects, discussions of ethical concerns, and data visualizations as well as a wide range of available tools such as GIS, Storymap, view-shed analysis, and 3D visualizations. We will consider best practices in digital site development employing a design thinking process. Graduate course will have additional course requirements.
ARH 8500: Special Topics in Architecture History
Credits: 1–3
Topical offerings in architectural history.
ARAH 8695: Special Reading Problems
Credits: 3–12
Special Reading Problems
ARH 8994: Thesis
Credits: 3
Preparation and completion of a thesis..
ARH 8995: MA Thesis Research
Credits: 3
Research on topic for Master Thesis.
ARAH 8998: Non-Topical Rsch, Masters Prep
Credits: 1–12
For master's research, taken before a thesis director has been selected.
ARH 8999: Thesis Project
Credits: 6–12
For Thesis Preparation, taken before a thesis director has been selected.
ARAH 8999: Non-Topical Research, Masters
Credits: 1–12
For master's research, taken under the supervision of a thesis director.
ARH 9500: Special Topics in Architectural History
Credits: 1–3
Topical offerings in architectural history.
ARH 9510: Seminar in Medieval Architecture
Credits: 1–3
Special research topics pursued in a seminar.
ARAH 9995: Supervised Research
Credits: 3–12
Supervised Research
ARAH 9998: Non-Topical Rsch,Doctoral Prep
Credits: 1–12
For doctoral research, taken before a dissertation director has been selected.
ARAH 9999: Non-Topical Research, Doctoral
Credits: 1–12
For doctoral research taken under the supervision of a dissertation director.