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f FL2016 A46 ARCH 475D 01: Landscapes Through Time: The History of St. Louis' Built Environment Class meets in Givens Hall Room 115 –Wednesdays, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Instructor: Robert Moore Contact: [email protected] [email protected] 314-655-1629 Revised August 31, 2016 Short Presentations During the course, pairs of students will be asked to report on historic structures or landscapes in the local area. These reports will help to expand the knowledge of the class about different periods of architecture in St. Louis history. Student pairs are encouraged to share research and presentation duties. I have avoided giving out these assignments when papers are due; those persons in the class who are assigned to report on structures near the end of the semester may want to prepare their reports in advance of the busy time in late November when final projects and papers will be due in all of your classes. Each student pair will take a field trip together to investigate a site, and make an in-class 15-20 minute presentation based on their findings. The presentation can be given in whatever mode you would like, Powerpoint, lecture, leading a discussion, etc. The buildings assigned are all standing structures in St. Louis; many of them are historic sites or landmarks. So there should be plenty of resources including docents or site directors or engineers to speak with at the sites when you visit; architectural plans in local archives or on the Historic American Buildings Survey website; site visits (most are downtown and accessible via Metrolink: take photos!); secondary source documents; and fire insurance maps (now on line): See:
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