Critical History London and New York Thames Hudson 2007 4th edition 8 28

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Critical History (London and New York: Thames & Hudson, 2007, 4th edition), 8-28. –––––– “Industrialization and the Crises in Architecture” (1973), in K. Michael Hays, ed., Oppositions Reader (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1998), 39-64. David Leatherbarrow, “Architecture is its Own Discipline,” in The Discipline of Architecture , ed. Andrzej Piotrowski and Julia W Robinson (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2001), 83-102. Session 2 _ September 15 2A _ Claude Perrault and the Rationalization of the Orders primary sources Claude Perrault, “Preface,” in Ordonnance for the Five Kinds of Columns after the Method of the Ancients (1683; Santa Monica CA: Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, 1993), 47-63. François Blondel, excerpt from “Cours d'architecture, Vol. II” (1683), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory, Volume 1: An Anthology from Vitruvius to 1870 (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006), 76. Germain Boffrand, excerpt from “Livre d'architecture” (1745), in Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory, Volume 1 , 190-92. secondary sources Wolfgang Herrmann, “Perrault,” in Adolf K. Placzek, ed., Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architecture Vol. 3 (New York: The Free Press, 1982), 391. Hanno-Walter Kruft, “The Classical Synthesis in Seventeenth-century France” and “The Foundation of the French Academy of Architecture and the Subsequent Challenge to It,” in A History of Architectural Theory from Vitruvius to the Present (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1994), 124-27, 128-40. 2-page entry on the classical orders, in Scott Christianson, 100 Diagrams that Changed the World (New York: Plume, 2012). 2B _ Architecture and Enlightenment: Nature, Character, Origin, and Type primary sources Marc-Antoine Laugier, An Essay on Architecture , trans. W.A. Hermann (1753; Los Angeles: Hennessey and Ingalls, 1980), 1-14. Denis Diderot, “‘Encyclopédie’” (c. 1750), in Issac Kramnick, ed., The Portable Enlightenment Reader (New York: Penguin Books, 1995), 17-21. Immanuel Kant, “What is Enlightenment?” (1784), in Issac Kramnick, ed., The Portable Enlightenment Reader (New York: Penguin Books, 1995), 1-6.
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6 secondary sources Peter Hanns Reill and Ellen Judy Wilson, “Introduction” and “Enlightenment,” in Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment (New York: Facts on File, 2004), ix-xi, 179-81. Barry Bergdoll, European Architecture 1750-1890 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), 9-14. Anthony Vidler, “The Idea of Type: The Transformations of the Academic Ideal, 1750-1830” (1977), in K. Michael Hays, ed., The Oppositions Reader , 437-60. ––––– “Rebuilding the Primitive Hut: the Return to Origins from Lafitau to Laugier,” in The Writing of the Walls (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1987), 7-21. Session 3 _ September 22 3A _ The Public Ideal: Visionary Architecture and the Sublime primary sources Etienne-Louis Boullée, “Architecture, Essay on Art” (1794), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 210-15.
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