Renaissance Architecture

ARTHIST 254.01

Surveys panorama of European architectural theory and production in fifteenth and sixteenth centuries within a broad geographical area including Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Poland, the Low Countries, and England. Course objectives are to insure knowledge of Renaissance architectural production, related historiography, and contemporary debate and scholarship as well as develop students analytical and research skills. Reading materials organized chronologically to facilitate students approach to the field of architectural history, while a thematic, case-study based approach will prevail in class. Instructor: Galletti

Class Room 1: 
Smith Wrhs A266
Instructor: 
Galletti, Sara
FDS Uid: 
10 495
Semester Year: 
Spring 2015
Course Year: 
2015