Summer 2021 Course Highlight: AH 357 “History of Wisconsin Architecture, 1800–Present”

Professor Anna Andrzejewski will be teaching AH 357: “History of Wisconsin Architecture, 1800–Present” during the summer 2021 4-week session, July 12th–August 8th.
This course introduces students to methods of studying historical architecture through considering the history of architecture across the state over time. Focusing on a bounded geographical realm is intended to help students hone in on building types, common features and styles, and methods of construction.
The course will be asynchronous and fully online; register soon as the course is popular and may fill up quickly.
Photo credit: Bob Lafollette Farm near Mt. Vernon, WI. Photo by Anna Andrzejewski, 2012.