AAMW729 - TOP IN ROM ARCH/TOPOGRAP

Topic varies. Spring 2018: This seminar offers a critical assessment of digital Roman architecture studies. What has been accomplished and learned over the last generation since the Digital Turn, and where is the field of Roman architecture being taken? Points of focus include several landmark case studies, such as digital reconstructions of the city of ancient Rome, and threatened cultural heritage sites in Syria. The course will involve readings of significant texts, in class discussions and presentations lead by the seminar s participants, and testing and critiquing of a limited set of digital tools.
Section 401 - SEM - TOP IN ROM ARCH/TOPOGRAP: ANCIENT ROMAN ARCHITECTURE AND THE DIGITAL TURN
W 0200PM-0500PM
STINSON, PHILIP