ENGL 1101: Fire, Disease, Disaster: Catastrophe and the Shaping of Public Space

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ENGL 1101: Fire, Disease, Disaster: Catastrophe and the Shaping of Public Space
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Department
English
Course Code
1101
Semester / Year
Fall 2011
Course Description

This course is part of a project at the Brooklyn Historical Society called SAFA: Students and Faculty in the archives. In this course, which is also part of a learning community with two architecture courses, students will explore the ways in which fire, disease, and catastrophe have shaped public space in New York City from the 18th century to the present day.

Acknowledgements

This course was created by: Prof. Gold

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