Courses

Over the past two decades, I have developed and taught courses in a range of formats, from undergraduate lectures of 150 students to community-engaged studios to highly specialized doctoral seminars with eight people around the table.  The courses featured here represent a selection of the 20-plus that I have taught.  I'm always looking to improve them, so any suggestions are welcome.  --  To see other Urban courses at the New School, click here.

U = Undergraduate    G = Graduate    R = Required    E = Elective    L = Lecture    S = Seminar    W = Workshop, Lab, Studio 

Urban Worlds
U / L / R
Urban Theory
G / S / E
Sensing the City
U / W / E
The Design of Cities
G / S / E
Design + Urban Practice
History Lab
G / W / R
City Studio
U / W / R
Planning Sustainable Cities
U / S / E
The Everyday City: Architecture, Technology, Landscape
U / S / E
Historic Preservation in the City: Time, Space, + Design
U / S / E
The Dynamic Metropolis
U / L / R
Urban Economies:
Money, Power, and People
U / S / E
Urban Studies Senior Thesis
U / W / R
Archive / City:
The Design of Knowledge
G / S / E
Advanced Research Seminar
G / S / R
Seminar on American Urbanism
G / S / E
History and Theory of City Planning
G / S / E
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