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AIS 571B - Space: A Social Cultural View/American Indian Landscape and Architecture

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall
Course Description:

Examine American Indian landscape and architecture as social space, contrasting the traditional with the contemporary. The majority of students will come from AIS, Anthropology, Geography, Education, and elsewhere, with a smaller number from design fields. Graduate-level requirements include in-depth written discussions and in-depth paper or design projects applying the course content to some actual social setting.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences