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HARC0230

Modern Architecture

Modern Architecture
Rotating skyscrapers, green roofs, and avant-garde museums: how did we arrive in the architectural world of the early 21st century? In this course we will survey the major stylistic developments, new building types, and new technologies that have shaped European and American architecture since the late 18th century. Students will learn about the work of major architects as well as key architectural theories and debates. Special emphasis will be placed on the cultural and political contexts in which buildings are designed. 2 hrs. Lect./1 hr. disc.
Subject:
History of Art & Architecture
Department:
History of Art & Architecture
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART HIS
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

HARC0230A-S15 Lecture (Sassin)
HARC0230X-S15 Discussion (Sassin)
HARC0230Y-S15 Discussion (Sassin)

Spring 2014

HARC0230A-S14 Lecture (Sassin)

Spring 2013

HARC0230A-S13 Lecture (Sassin)

Spring 2012

HARC0230A-S12 Lecture (Hock)
HARC0230X-S12 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Y-S12 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Z-S12 Discussion (Hock)

Fall 2010

HARC0230A-F10 Lecture (Hock)
HARC0230X-F10 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Y-F10 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Z-F10 Discussion (Hock)

Fall 2009

HARC0230A-F09 Lecture (Hock)
HARC0230X-F09 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Y-F09 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Z-F09 Discussion (Hock)

Fall 2008

HARC0230A-F08 Lecture (Hock)
HARC0230X-F08 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Y-F08 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0230Z-F08 Discussion (Hock)

Fall 2007

HARC0230A-F07 Lecture (Andres)

Fall 2006

HARC0230A-F06 Lecture

Fall 2005

HARC0230A-F05 Lecture (Andres)

Fall 2003

HARC0230A-F03 Lecture (Andres)