ARCH 356: History of Modern Architecture

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ARCH 251, ARCH 252 and ARCH 253 or ARCH 256.
An introduction to the history of modern architecture from its intellectual and artistic origins in
the nineteenth century through the present day. Special emphasis is placed on the consideration of modernism in architecture not just as a narrowly defined stylistic movement, but also as a broader cultural phenomenon through which architects engage a changing world.