Course Descriptions & Syllabi

391 Nineteenth Century Architecture in the United States

Credit not given for both this course and 01:512:319

 

This course offers an overview of the social and intellectual history of architecture in the United States from about 1750 to 1900. Role of architecture in societal transformations (the development of nationhood, industrialization. and urbanization).  Emphasis on the invention of new building types, including universities, government buildings, prisons, hospitals, railroad stations, and the architecture of Worlds's Fairs.

 

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Susan Sidlauskas, Chairperson

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Carla Yanni, Undergraduate Director

Tamara Sears, Graduate Program Director

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