Professor: John C. McConnell, A.B. Michigan State, M. Arch. Harvard.
ADFA 126501 History of American Architecture
Introductory course investigates American Architecture from the first European settlement to the present. Within the context of cultural, political and technological change, students investigate the process whereby society leaves its legacy to posterity through its buildings. Attention focuses on the influence of such factors as tradition, environment, stylistic change, the inventiveness of individual architects, and the impact of technology.
Fall, Tues 6:30–9, Sept 2–Dec 9, Professor McConnell
DEVLIN HALL 221