ARTH 106
Architect in History

Instructor: Professor Haselberger
MWF 1-2

Course Description

The new course, designed specifically for majors and minors in the fields of Architecture, art history, and engineering, will explore great architectural monuments from the ancient to the modern period, from India across the Mediterranean and Europe to the US. The focus will be on understanding these
works in their structure and function, both as products of individual ingenuity and reflections of Zeitgeist. Questioning these monuments from a present-day perspective across the cultures will be an important ingredient, as will be podium discussions, guest lectures, excursions, and all kinds of visualizations, from digital walk-throughs to practical rope-laying experiments. - No prerequisites.

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