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If you take this class, make sure you're actually interested in the subject matter. I, personally, could barely recognize all the "patterns" that the professor referred to for the art of specific civilizations. I struggled just trying to remember them all because of how little interest I had in the class. Lectures are important! She shares a lot of information for the different pieces that will be on the exams. Your grade really depends on your TA, some are pickier with the details than others.
DON'T TAKE THIS CLASS! Dr. Kennedy-Quigley cares about what she's teaching. But she talks fast and you'll have to write down all the information, so bring a laptop. Everything that comes out of her mouth will be on her tests. The first midterm we had to memorize 30 slides. You have to memorize the name,date, place, and information of each slide. She'll only test you on 7 though and you'll have to be super specific or you won't get a good grade.
There's a paper where you have to visit either the Getty museum or LACMA because she wants proof that you went.
Then the final you have to memorize 50 slides and she'll again only test you on 7 of them. Even if you memorize all of the slides you might memorize more information for one piece of art than another. And that'll will hurt your grade. I spend hours trying to memorize all of them and barely got a B for the class.
This is not an easy GE at all, especially when you have other more important classes to worry about.