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HARC0232

American Arch and Urbanism

American Architecture and Urbanism Since 1945
This course surveys the major changes in America’s built environment in the years since 1945. Students will learn about the work of leading postwar American architects as well as the developers and policy-makers whose decisions shaped the American landscape in an era of affluence and change. Major themes include the impact of European modernism on American architecture and urbanism, the evolution of new residential and commercial typologies, suburbanization, and the decline and redevelopment of the central city.
Subject:
History of Art & Architecture
Department:
History of Art & Architecture
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART HIS NOR

Sections

Fall 2011

HARC0232A-F11 Lecture (Hock)

Spring 2011

HARC0232A-S11 Lecture (Hock)

Spring 2010

HARC0232A-S10 Lecture (Hock)

Spring 2009

HARC0232A-S09 Lecture (Hock)
HARC0232X-S09 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0232Y-S09 Discussion (Hock)
HARC0232Z-S09 Discussion (Hock)