ARTH 22300. ARCHITECTURE I: THE PREMODERN WORLD (Archaeology) A chronological and contextual study of world architecture and urbanism from the late-medieval period through the end of the eighteenth century. Themes addressed include: the definition of sacred space and the structure of worship in various traditions of religious architecture; the classical tradition and its permutations through Renaissance and Baroque architecture; the development of cities in comparative perspective. ARTH 10100 or 10200 is recommended as a prior course. Alternate years. [R, AH]