ARCH-982 Pro Seminar: Theories of Architectural Mediums
9:00 am – 11:50 am
Higgins Hall South, 008
This course introduces post-professional students to subjects that undertake the basics of theorizing, writing about and discussing their own projects with an emphasis on writing-as-thinking that produces potential realities as opposed to merely documenting existing ones. In addition, it further introduces post-professional students to contemporary theories and philosophies surrounding the use of various media, with an emphasis on their impact within architecture. Case studies, texts and projects will be read, discussions focused on the subject, an emphasis on writing methods and research methods anchor the course allowing students the opportunity develop the necessary skills to speculate on their own work in the following semester.