Sixty years after the publication of Vincent Scully’s The Shingle Style and the Stick Style, this seminar revisits architect-designed suburban and resort housing in late-nineteenth- and early twentieth-century New England. The role of the emergent architectural press in disseminating new approaches to these building types and of women in commissioning, decorating, and writing them is also addressed. This is a reading seminar, with oral reports and a fifteen-page paper. Limited enrollment.