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AMST 861 01 (10713) /ARCH4214
Built Environments and the Politics of Place
Dolores Hayden
M 9.25-11.15 HGS 217B
Fall 2015 
Call it the built environment, the vernacular, everyday architecture, or the cultural landscape, the material world of built and natural places is intricately bound up with social and political life. This seminar introduces research methods involving the built environment. It includes readings from urban and suburban history, geography, anthropology, and architecture as well as readings on narrative and graphic strategies for representing spaces and places. Participants present papers; chapters from longer projects are welcome.