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MARCH-6200: History of Architecture 1

Course Description

This course examines architecture and urbanism from the age of colonialism to the rise of industrialized society (1400-1875). The course will focus on important buildings and city forms found in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa, but also explore how ideas about architecture and city form are shaped by global economics, politics, technological development, and aesthetic theory. In addition, the course will emphasize how these architectural ideas were transmitted around the globe through contact and conflict between different nations and empires.

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Academic Level:

Graduate

Pre-Requisites and Co-Requisites:

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Sections:

Fall 2022

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6200-1: History of Architecture 1
James Graham
  • Fri 8:00-11:00AM, Main Bldg - E4

Fall 2021

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6200-1: History of Architecture 1
James Graham
  • Fri 11:00AM-01:00PM

Fall 2020

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6200-1: History of Architecture 1
Jia Yi Gu
  • Fri 8:00-11:00AM

Fall 2019

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6200-1: History of Architecture 1
Jia Yi Gu
  • Wed 8:00-11:00AM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC3

Fall 2018

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-620-01: History of Architecture 1
David Gissen
  • Wed 8:00-11:00AM, Grad Center - GC3