GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2010
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Courses taught by John Stilgoe
04105: Studies of the Built North American Environment: 1580 to the Present (HIS 0410500)
Lecture - 4 credits
Tuesday Thursday 10:00 - 11:30
North America as an evolving visual environment is analyzed as a systems concatenation involving such constituent elements as farms, small towns, shopping malls, highways, suburbs, and as depicted in fiction, poetry, cartography, television, cinema, and advertising and cybernetic simulation.
04304: North American Seacoasts and Landscapes: Discovery Period to the Present (HIS 0430400)
Seminar - 4 credits
Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00
Selected topics in the history of the North American coastal zone, including the seashore as wilderness, as industrial site, as area of recreation, and as artistic subject; the shape of coastal landscape for conflicting uses over time; and the perception of the seashore as marginal zone in literature, photography, painting, film, television, and advertising. Note: Offered jointly with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as VES 166. Prerequisites: GSD 4105 and GSD 4303, or permission of the instructor.
09506: Thesis Extension in Satisfaction of Degree Doctor of Design (ADV 0950600)
Independent Study - 16 credits
Under guidance of a faculty committee, the student conducts investigations and prepares a doctoral thesis.