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Notes on Final Papers A few notes on the expectations I have for your final papers are perhaps in order at this time. Remember that these papers will constitute 50% of your final grade for the course. I should speak or correspond with each of you to approve a final paper topic before you begin to write. Unlike the first 5-page paper topic assigned for this class, these papers will be research papers and not opinion papers, (although I don’t mind reading and would be interested in your opinions on the subject structures or landscapes of your papers, as long as these are kept to a small amount of space in comparison to the researched information you are presenting). The topic of your paper will be on one of the following: A structure that you admire or which you are curious about built in the St. Louis area. A landscape built in the St. Louis area. A combination of a structure and a landscape built in the St. Louis area. A comparison of several types of structures, or a class of structures and/or landscapes built in the St. Louis area. Your choice of topic can be drawn from any time period, but let’s cut it off chronologically at about 1970 so that we are dealing with a historical rather than a contemporary subject. In your papers you should think about design, derivation of design, who the architect was (if known) and what are the architect’s other works, how does the structure or landscape that is the subject of your paper fit into their body of work, construction, materials
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  • Spring '14
  • Moore
  • Final Paper Notes, St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis area

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