Course Information
Course title
Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology 
Semester
106-1 
Designated for
VARIOUS PROGRAM  Art and Design Program  
Instructor
TAKASHI SAKAI 
Curriculum Number
ARHY1003 
Curriculum Identity Number
141 10300 
Class
 
Credits
3.0 
Full/Half
Yr.
Half 
Required/
Elective
Elective 
Time
Thursday 3,4,5 
Remarks
The upper limit of the number of students: 100.
The upper limit of the number of non-majors: 80. 
Ceiba Web Server
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1061ARHY1003_ 
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Planning
Table of Core Capabilities and Curriculum Planning
Course Syllabus
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Course Description

Generally the Southeast Asian culture is possible to be seen as a diversity of historical complex among the local Prehistory culture, the Indian influenced culture, the Chinese influenced culture, the Islamic influenced culture and the European influenced culture. Also geographical separation between the continent and the archipelago involves a complex situation. In this course, it will be showed total of the cultural change with view of each arts and archaeological findings; architecture, sculpture, ceramic, metal work, textile, lacquer ware, painting and performing arts (including dance and music). 

Course Objective
HISTORICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE DIVERSITY OF THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN CULTURES 
Course Requirement
NO.1: INTRODUCTION (1), NO.2-4: KINDS OF ART (MUSIC & GENERAL CONDITION, CULTURAL CLASSIFICATION, TEXTILE & PERFORMING ARTS), NO.5-6: EUROPEAN INFLUENCED CULTURES (ARCHITECTURE), NO.7-8: CHINESE INFLUENCED CULTURES (ARCHITECTURE & CERAMIC), NO.9-10: ISLAMIC INFLUENCED CULTURES (ARCHITECTURE & TOMB), NO.11-15: INDIAN INFLUENCED CULTURES (ARCHITECTURE & SCULPTURE) AND NO.16-18 PRE-HISTORICAL CULTURES (MEGALITHIC, BRONZE, POTTERY) 
Office Hours
 
References
 
Designated reading
 
Grading
   
Progress
Week
Date
Topic
Week 1
09/14  Introduction 1: clothing, eating, housing & spiritual culture 
Week 2
9/21  Introduction 2: general information (1), performing arts