HP 520 - American Cultural Landscapes
Cross-Listed with: PRES 320
MS in Preservation Practices
This course explores the formation, use, and meaning of everyday landscapes in the United States from the European colonial era to the late twentieth-century. The course focuses on these landscapes as the products of the exercise of political, economic, and social power and as reflections of the social relations that result.
Minimum Passing Grade: B-
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