GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2011
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Courses taught by Timothy Hyde
04223: Buildings, Texts, and Contexts III: Architecture in the 20th Century (HIS 0422300)
Lecture - 4 credits
Monday Wednesday 10:00 - 11:30 Gund - Piper
This course will examine the discourse and practices of modern architecture in the context of the political, economic, aesthetic, and cultural changes that occurred across the span of the twentieth century. Organized around thematic concerns proposed and debated by architects, the course will address the foundational dimensions of architectural practices during the first of the century as well as the subsequent reactions and revisions to those practices in the latter half of the century. Lectures, discussion sections, and other formats will incorporate different techniques of historical and theoretical investigation of several different trajectories of discourse, to produce not a chronological survey but a synthetic pre-history of the architectural present.
09301: Independent Thesis in Satisfaction of Degree MArch (ADV 0930100)
Research Seminar - 12 credits
Following preparation in GSD 9203, each student conducts a design exploration that tests and expands the thesis.Prerequisites: GSD 9203