ST-Social History of New England Architecture
This course considers the social history of New England architecture from the eighteenth century through the twentieth. Its emphasis is not on the evolution of design or construction, but rather the ways buildings -- residential, commercial, educational, ecclesiastical and industrial--have been used over time, and the broader historical contexts that shaped their genesis and evolution.
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