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4 sem. hrs. Uses Boston and Cambridge to explore the history and theory of modern and pre-modern American and European architecture. Considers such landmarks as Richardson's revivalist Trinity Church, Pei's international-style Hancock Tower, and Le Corbusier's sculptural Carpenter Center within the wider context of significant development. Lectures and museum and site visits required, as well as walking tours exploring Boston as architecture and urban design.