We have prepared some guides to assist your research in the following areas:
For guides in other areas of research, refer to the main Research Guides page.
We have prepared some guides to assist your research in the following courses:
ARCH 501: Analysis of Architectural Precedents: Ancient Industrial Revolution: Analysis of architectural precendents from antiquity to the turn of the twentieth century through methodologies emphasizing research and critical inquiry.
ARCH 512A: Doctoral Research Theory: Inquiry into paradigms of theory in architecture and landscape architecture, as pertain to doctoral level research, practice, and teaching.
ARCH 520: Methods of Inquiry in Architecture and Urban Design: Introduction to the methods of research and inquiry commonly used in architecture and urban design.
LARCH 361W: Historic Issues in Landscape Architecture: A review of design history (precedent studies), an introduction to historic method, history as an informant to design, reading the historic landscape, and issues of preservation and restoration.
LARCH 501: Research and Writing in Landscape Architecture: Landscape architectural research methods and writing techniques.