HIST285_WK6_Outline

HIST285_WK6_Outline - III. Glass A. Gatherers, Blowers,...

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Hist 285 - Technology in Historical Perspective Department of History and Politics, Drexel University Prof. Lloyd Ackert (lta24@drexel.edu) Lecture 6: “Materials of Modernism” I. Introduction 1. “Technological fundamentalism” 2. Modernism II. Steel 1. Henry Bessemer A. Volume versus Quality: Railroads in the USA
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Unformatted text preview: III. Glass A. Gatherers, Blowers, Cutters, and Flatteners B. Blowing machine C. Colburn machine D. Plate Glass IV. Modernism in architecture A. Futurists B. De Stijl 1. Piet Mondrian 2. J.J.P. Oud C. Bauhaus 1. Elementarism D. Chicago Worlds Fair 1. World of Tomorrow V. Conclusion....
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