Architecture and Society Syllabus

Architecture and Society Syllabus - Architecture and...

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Architecture and Society: Syllabus ARC 308–Architecture and Society, Fall 2010 Instructor: Larry Speck Prerequisites None. Required course for architecture majors. Educational Objectives 1. To establish a perspective of the role and influence of architecture in society and vis-a-vis other disciplines in the arts and science. 2. To develop an understanding of how architecture is shaped by and reflects cultural values and social organization. 3. To present a broad picture of issues and factors which influence architectural design. 4. To begin an acquaintance with the history and development of architecture. Educational Approach This is a reading/looking/listening course. It will follow a fairly conventional lecture format supplemented by related outside reading. Most presentations will be illustrated by slides with examples drawn from a broad spectrum of architectural history, with emphasis on the recent past. Evaluation
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