30. A Global History of Architecture – Part 1

S c r o l l D o w n

edX - MIT - A Global History of Architecture - Part 1 - 2014 - December

  1. First Societies
  2. The Gravettians and the Hunting Traditions of the North
  3. The Holocene and the Agro-Pastoral Emergence
  4. The Agricultural Emergence
  5. Stone – Between Life and Death
  6. Cities and Temples
  7. 1500 BCE: After the Cataclysm and the Rise of the Eastern Mediterranian
  8. Iron and the New World Order
  9. Persia and Greece
  10. India and China
  11. Buddhism: India and Beyond
  12. The Americas: Shaping/Harvesting the Land
  13. Rome
  14. Roman Architecture
  15. Early Christian Architecture
  16. Christianity and the Roman East
  17. Early Islamic Architecture
  18. Hindu Architecture
  19. Borobudur, Angkor and South East Asia
  20. The 13th Century: Inner Asia and Beyond
  21. Medieval Christian Architecture
  22. Italy: 13th to the 15th Century
  23. Colonial Transitions
  24. Time

Prof. Mark Jarzombek and Sanjay Sarma

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