Lecture 6: Westward Expansion & Why Nineteenth-Century Eclecticism Was Both
Suitable and Troubling
W. Maynard, The Greek Revival: Americanness, Politics and Economics, and
Gwendolyn Wright, Independence and the Rural Cotta
1) Describe 19th-century eclecticism by discussing the stylistic details of three different
*key* homes that we covered in class as good examples. Why was 19 th-century
eclecticism both suitable and troubling?
(Points breakdown: What is 19th-century eclec
Remind Me to Turn on the Recorder!
Interrupt Me Anytime!
Lecture 1: Native American Architecture Before Colonization
In the Americas, precontact, 1200 indigenous
cultures existed, with at
least 200 of those in North
Culture: Native American
AHI 188B - Cogdell
Key Structures, Terms, and Issues
Lecture 1: Native American Architecture Before Contact
What assumptions have many architectural historians and anthropologists made about
Sample Exam 1 Sections and Possible Long Essay Questions
NOTE: BUY A BLUEBOOK AND BRING IT TO THE EXAM WITH A PEN.
Slide Identification (1-2 minute each, 10 points total)
Number 1-5 in your bluebook. For each image, identify the architect or culture of or
Exam 2 Key Images
African House in French architectural style, Melrose Plantation,
Natchitoches, Louisiana, early 1800s
How does form follow function?
Creator: Burnham, Daniel
Title: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago: Court of Honor
Lecture 7: The Origins of Functionalism and the Creation of a Modern American
Key Terms and Issues
Handlin, Chapter 4 Toward New Types, 100-131.
Engineering vs Architecture: New Materials, Machines, and Constr
35 I Exhibiting wilderness
1.14 Delegation of Sioux to Washington DC, 1875.
wilderness? We may, or may not, interpret it as a shrine, but either way, the
question of what it looks like and what it contains is worth exploring, to find
out what kind of arch
AHI 188B (History of American Architecture)
Lecture 1- Introduction
Dr. Christina Cogdell (227 Cruess Hall)
Syllabus and other materials posted
History of design\American studies, cultural context (social