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ARCH 5110 - History, Theory, Criticism 2


This course addresses the history of architectural and related developments in selected Western and non- Western civilizations in order to construct a conceptual and strategic understanding of the relationships between architecture, culture, civilization, technology, and thought. In doing so, it will focus on key constructed spatial phenomena of the pre-modern world and, where relevant, elucidate the connection of these works of architecture and their motivating ideals to those of the modern and contemporary world. In addition to class meetings with ARCH 4100 , this course meets regularly for recitation sessions.

This course is required of all first-year architecture graduate students in the M. Arch. program.

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisite: ARCH 5100  

When Offered: Spring term annually.

Co-Listed: ARCH 4100  

Credit Hours: 4



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