Freshman seminar examines the relationship between architecture and identity

Stan Allen Freshman Seminar

Stan Allen, the George Dutton ’27 Professor of Architecture teaches the freshman seminar “American Places: Architecture, Landscape and the American Imagination.” Places of focus for the seminar include Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello plantation in Virginia, Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts, Robert Smithson’s earthwork sculpture “Spiral Jetty” in Utah and Frank Lloyd Wright’s imaginary urban proposal Broadacre City, among others.

Read more about this Freshman Seminar here.