Study Areas

Design and Visualization 3

1219a
Fall 2020
Designing Social Equality: The Politics of Matter
Mark Foster Gage
1223a
Fall 2020
Formal Analysis I
Peter Eisenman
1289a
Fall 2020
Space-Time-Form
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen

Technology and Practice 3

2018a
Fall 2020
Advanced Building Envelopes
Anna Dyson, Mohamed Aly Etman
2222a
Fall 2020
The Mechanical Eye
Dana Karwas
2242a
Fall 2020
Fighting Slavery in the Building Supply Chain
Phillip Bernstein, Luis C.deBaca

History and Theory 11

0551
Fall 2020
Approaches to Contemporary Architectural Theory
Joan Ockman
3011a
Fall 2020
Modern Architecture
Craig Buckley
3091a
Fall 2020
Methods and Research Workshop
Keller Easterling
3092a
Fall 2020
Independent M.E.D. Research
Keller Easterling
3100a
Fall 2020
The Plan
Brennan Buck
3101a
Fall 2020
Textile Architectures
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
3102a
Fall 2020
Topics in the History of Architecture after 1945
Joan Ockman
3240a
Fall 2020
Spatial Concepts of Japan: Their Origins and Development in Architecture and Urbanism
Yoko Kawai
3267a
Fall 2020
Semiotics
Francesco Casetti
3280a
Fall 2020
Medium Design
Keller Easterling
3290a
Fall 2020
Body Politics: Designing Equitable Public Space
Joel Sanders

Urbanism and Landscape 7

4011b
Fall 2020
Introduction to Urban Design
Alan Plattus, Andrei Harwell
4209a
Fall 2020
Territorial Cities of Pre-Colonial America
Ana María Durán
4222a
Fall 2020
History of Landscape Architecture: Antiquity to 1700 in Western Europe
Bryan Fuermann
4224a
Fall 2020
Out of Date: Expired Patents and Unrealized Histories
Anthony Acciavatti
4242a
Fall 2020
Introduction to Planning and Development
Alexander Garvin
4246a
Fall 2020
Introduction to Urban Studies
Elihu Rubin
4247a
Fall 2020
Difference and the City
Justin Garrett Moore

University Courses Outside of YSoA

This site contains all courses offered by Yale University in the current term, with the exception of courses in the School of Medicine. Accessible up-to-date information includes the course title, name of instructor(s), meeting time, and meeting place. Courses offered elsewhere in the University may be taken for credit with permission of the instructor.

Students who would like to take a non-School of Architecture course to satisfy an area elective requirement must obtain permission of the study area coordinator(s).