Victorian Architecture

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Semester

  • WS 17/18

Course Information

Nr. Kursbezeichnung Typ Zeit Raum DozentIn
154512 Victorian Architecture 2 HS Mo 08:30 - 10:00 R. 3.205 Piskurek

Course Description

The Victorian Era (1837-1901) is regarded by many as one of the most impressive, but also as one of the most contradictory eras of the past three hundred years. In terms of the reorganization of social classes, gender relations, imperial politics, technological innovations etc., the reign of Queen Victoria saw a number of seminal debates and groundbreaking developments which still have influence on the United Kingdom and its relationship with the rest of the world today.

This seminar suggests an approach which Cultural Studies (despite its dogma that anything can be a 'text') often neglects: reading cultures and reading historical epochs through their buildings. From the neo-Gothic Palace of Westminster (which markedly differs from neo-Classical parliament buildings in so many rivalling nations) or the Crystal Palace (built for the World Exhibition in 1851) to the myriad of factories, train stations, public houses or football stadiums, Victorian buildings are intricately connected to the era which built them.

Course Requirements

Course requirements will be discussed in the first session.

Modules

Modulzuordnungen
Lehramtsstudiengänge: MA BML 2005:
  • 1302, 1303
LPO 2003:
  • GHR:
  • GyGe:
  • SP1. Fach:
  • SP2. Fach:
  • BK:
LABG 2009:
  • G: 703, 704
  • HRG: 601, 1001
  • GyGe/BK: 601, 701, 702, 1001
  • SP: 703
LABG 2016:
  • G: 601, 703, 704
  • HRSGe: 601, 1001
  • GyGe/BK: 601, 701, 702, 1001
  • SP: 703
Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften:

  • B.A.ALK: Kern: 6abc, Komp: 3abc
  • B.A.AS: Kern: 6bc Komp: 4a
  • M.A.ALK: 1abc
  • M.A.AS: 2ab
Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften PO ab WS 16/17:

  • B.A.ALK: Kern: 6abc, Komp: 3abc
  • B.A.AS: Kern: 6bc Komp: 4a
  • M.A.ALK: 1ab
  • M.A.AS: 2ab