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URBANST 15SI: Athenian Urbanisms: Examining A Storied City Through Time

This seminar course investigates Athens through the lenses of policy, history, culture, and architecture, picking apart the layers of history that form Athens in its present form. We will explore the city?s complicated past and the immense urban changes that took place in recent centuries, to arrive at the modern challenges that the city faces today. Furthermore, we will examine the ways in which daily life has been affected by planning decisions, describe unique urban phenomena and their impacts, and reflect on how Athens can be a bellwether for urban change in cities across the world. The course will be taught in three parts, starting with the early development of Athens, then moving to contemporary urban challenges, and concluding with visions for the future. Each of the three parts concludes with a Q&A session with experts, bringing insight and depth to the conversation.
Terms: Win | Units: 1
Instructors: Beischer, T. (PI)
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