This seminar examines architecture in the Federal Republic of Germany and in the German Democratic Republic with particular attention paid to the city of Berlin and to the issue of representing a nation through buildings designed by both foreigners and its own citizens. Architects explored include Rudolf Schwarz, Egon Eiermann, Hermann Henselmann, Hans Scharoun, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, James Stirling, O.M. Ungers, Daniel Libeskind, Zaha Hadid, and SANAA. This is a reading seminar, with oral reports and a fifteen-page paper. Limited enrollment.