GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2013

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Courses taught by K. Michael Hays

04121: Buildings, Texts, and Contexts I (HIS 0412100)

Lecture - 4 credits
Tuesday Thursday 10:00 - 11:30   Gund - Piper

Erika Naginski, K. Michael Hays

Course Description

This course is structured as a dialogue between the historical and theoretical frameworks that have shaped the formulation of architectural principles - what the architectural historian Rudolf Wittkower called the "apparatus of forms" - by means of selected case studies. The organizing principle here is thematic as opposed to chronological, and synoptic rather than merely factual. We treat a selected range of concepts developed by philosophers and historians to explain the Classical and the Baroque as dialectical systems of thought that arise in history but transcend this history to mark modern and postmodern practices.

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