ARTH106 - ARCHITECT AND HISTORY

Human experience is shaped by the built environment. This course introduces students to the interrelated fields of architecture, art history, and engineering and explores great architectural monuments from the ancient to the modern period, from India across the Mediterranean and Europe to the US. The focus will be on understanding these works in their structure and function, both as products of individual ingenuity and reflections of Zeitgeist. Questioning these monuments from a present-day perspective across the cultures will be an important ingredient, as will be podium discussions, guest lectures, excursions, and all kinds of visualizations, from digital walk-throughs to practical design exercises. Regularly taught in fall term, this course fulfills Sector IV, Humanities and Social Science, and it satisfies History of Art 100-level course requirements. There is only ONE recitation in this course, attached directly to Friday's class at 2-3 p.m., in order to provide sufficient time for practica and field trips.
Section 001 - LEC
MWF 0100PM-0200PM
HASELBERGER, LOTHAR
KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
MEYERSON HALL B1
    Section 201 - REC
    F 0200PM-0300PM
    SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
    KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
    BECKMAN, SARAH E
    NEUMEIER, MARY E
    MEYERSON HALL B4
      Section 202 - REC
      F 0200PM-0300PM
      SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
      KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
      BECKMAN, SARAH E
      NEUMEIER, MARY E
      MEYERSON HALL B13
        Section 203 - REC
        F 0200PM-0300PM
        SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
        KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
        BECKMAN, SARAH E
        NEUMEIER, MARY E
        MEYERSON HALL B7
          Section 204 - REC
          F 0200PM-0300PM
          SCHMENNER, WILLIAM D
          KENMOTSU, JEANNIE M
          BECKMAN, SARAH E
          NEUMEIER, MARY E
          MEYERSON HALL B5