ARCH 7035 - Critical Historical Practices (M)

North Terrace Campus - Semester 2 - 2016

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This course focuses on the critical interpretation of architectural and landscape architectural history and its strategic relationship with contemporary design thinking and practice. In recognition of the diverse nature of professional agency and mastery within the discipline, the course introduces students to professional careers and leadership roles beyond traditional modes of professional practice as critics, theorists, historians or curators. Accordingly, the major assignment may take the form of an illustrated written essay, audio-visual presentations, or a curated exhibition on a relevant topic.

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