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HIS 4105. Studies of the Built North American Environment: 1580 to the Present

North America as an evolving visual environment is analyzed as a systems concatenation involving such constituent elements as farms, small towns, shopping malls, highways, suburbs, and as depicted in fiction, poetry, cartography, television, cinema, and advertising and cybernetic simulation.​
Notes: Jointly Offered Course: FAS VES 107​

Professor: 

John Stilgoe

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

T
Th

Time: 

9:00-10:15

Course ID: 

200228

Subject Area: 

Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning
Visual and Environmental Studies
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