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Fall 2017 Architecture A4337 section 001
POLIT-SPACE: CITIES,INST,SPACE

Call Number 77096
Day & Time
Location
T 11:00am-1:00pm
300 S Buell Hall
Points 3
Approvals Required None
Instructor Mary C McLeod
Type SEMINAR
Course Description Seminar explores the relations between space, power, and politics in the urban environment from the Enlightenment period to the present. General theoretical introduction (Henri Lefebvre and Michel Foucault), the urban environment (institutions, public/private dichotomies, urban monuments, events) and the relation between space and power in actual situations. From 18th-century case studies (prisons, asylums, clinics) to contemporary situations of spectacle and consumption (Disneyland and Los Angeles).
Web Site CourseWorks
Department Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Enrollment 15 students as of 12:15AM Saturday, November 18, 2017
Subject Architecture
Number A4337
Section 001
Division Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Open To Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Graduate School of Arts and Science
Campus Morningside
Note HISTORY/THEORY- URBAN OR MODERN
Section key 20173ARCH4337A001

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