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2021 - 2022 University Catalog 
    
2021 - 2022 University Catalog
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ARCH 573 - Modernism in the Non-Western World: A Comparative Perspective


Prerequisites: ARCH 325  or AAH 323 , Senior standing
Requirement Fulfillment: Architecture Elective
Provides an in-depth examination of modern architecture in the non-Western world, i.e., outside the United States and Europe. The major thrust of the course is to investigate critically how modernism has disseminated and/or articulated in the non- Western world. Discusses the works of predominant urban designers and architects, key theoreticians, Western and non- Western, in different parts of the world as manifested from the times of its emergence during the Colonial period to the present time. Elaborates upon varied perceptions of and theoretical approaches to modernity, bringing students up to date on present responses to global architecture.

3 credits
Fall



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