Paris Then and Now
FREN-300-401, Cross Listed with: ARTH-302-401; CPLN-300-401
W 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Eugenie L. Birch, Elizabeth Dejean
BFS Sector IV and CCA
Paris, Ville-Lumière, has long been renowned for its urbanity, architecture, and city design. This class will trace the people, ideas, and projects that contributed to this reputation – from 1600 to the present. It will also explore current plans for and debates about Paris’ future development. The course includes a 5-day field trip to the city (over fall break). Co-taught by Professors Eugenie Birch (Department of City and Regional Planning) and Joan DeJean (Department of Romance Languages). Supported by the Mellon Foundation-sponsored Humanities + Urbanism + Design Project that will sponsor student travel expenses.
PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTORS REQUIRED.
NOTE: Please see Georgia Kouzoukas () in Williams 515 or Kate Daniel () in 127 Meyerson Hall for an instruction sheet explaining how to apply. Students should turn in their applications by April 1; they will be notified about acceptance by April 16.