Mixing Planning, History And Divinity

A high-profile interdisciplinary graduate planning workshop introduces a unique range of topics about the built environment.

Waterhouse is one of 11 graduate students in a seminar called "The Culture and Politics of the Built Environment in the U.S.," co-taught by Lizabeth Cohen, the Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies and director of the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, and Margaret Crawford, professor of urban design and planning theory at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD). The seminar includes students from the History Department, the History of Art and Architecture, the GSD's Ph.D. program, and the Divinity School.

Thanks to Laura Kranz

Full Story: Probing the built environment

Comments

Book cover of the Guide to Graduate Planning Programs 4th Edition

Thinking about Grad School?

New! 4th Edition of the Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs just released.
Starting at $24.95

Prepare for the AICP Exam

Join the thousands of students who have utilized the Planetizen AICP* Exam Preparation Class to prepare for the American Planning Association's AICP* exam.
Starting at $209

City Coasters

Hand-drawn engraved maps of your favorite neighborhoods are divided up across 4 coasters making each one unique.
$36.00
poster

A Short History of America

From comic book artist Robert Crumb, poster shows how the built environment has changed throughout the decades.
$14.95