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THE2280 History of Theatre ID, FALL2020

THE2280 History of Theatre ID, FALL2020

A survey of the development of architectural and scenic styles in the physical structure of theatre from its beginnings in ancient Greece to its most current forms. Emphasis placed on the stylistic influences of theoreticians and artistic movements. Interdisciplinary Option: This course is a conversation between theater history and architecture. As such, the work in class focuses on purpose-built and adapted spaces for live performance. Each week we will examine historical theatre spaces and technologies in the context of prevailing cultural and social forces in order to better understand audience/stage relationships. To fulfill the interdisciplinary requirements for this course, specialists from architecture, art history, and performance technology will guest lecture six times over the course of the semester.Students will learn skill-sets from architecture technology: GIS mapping and hand sketching. Avatar image credit: Filippo Brunelleschi, Perspective Drawing for Church of Santo Spirito in Florence, 1428

ARCH3512 Design VI Fall 2019

ARCH3512 Design VI Fall 2019

Adaptive Reuse Studio

ARCH 3612 Design VI Spring 2020

ARCH 3612 Design VI Spring 2020

Profs. Paul King and Jill Bouratoglou Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30-12:15pm

ARCH3522 NYC Arch, FA2019

ARCH3522 NYC Arch, FA2019

A historical analysis of the city’s infrastructure, real estate development, municipal planning, ordinances and key buildings using the comparative method. The class will trace the course of architectural history from the village to the present role of the city as the commercial and cultural hub of the nation. This course will stress the dynamic socio-economic determinants emerging as a result of improvements and growth in technology, transportation, infrastructure, real estate, commerce, housing and recreation.

ENG1121D456, FA2019

ENG1121D456, FA2019

This is an advanced course in communication skills, including the expository essay and the research essay. This course further develops students’ reading and writing skills through literary and expository readings. In this class students will write analytical essays in a variety of rhetorical modes to cultivate interpretive skills. Using close reading, discussion, and various writing techniques, you will consider language, details and style to develop your analytical and academic writing skills. This is a communications intensive course; you will be expected to participate actively in class discussions and presentations, write informal and formal essays, and respond to your classmates’ writing.

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