This course is structured around a critical analysis of historical and theoretical issues related to natural and urban landscape. The emphasis of this course is on the development and transformation of landscapes as an expression of various social, cultural, physical, economic, political, artistic, technological, and ecological forces through space and time.
Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing or by permission of the Instructor. Students with Third-year standing may have access subject to space availability and approval from the Faculty.
Programs: Cities, Regions, Planning