Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cities Studied

N/A,

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

Mark Jarzombek
School of Architecture and Planning

Vikramāditya Prakāsh
Department of Architecture
(University of Washington)

The Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative is a network of scholars committed to expanding the consciousness and reach of global history into the teaching of the History of Architecture, where architecture is understood in the broadest sense to include the history of cities, landscapes, and the other arts. The goal is to transform architectural history discourse by reshaping its teaching.


Sample Projects

Global History of Rock-cut or Chthonic Architecture

The Architecture of Global Modernity, 1000-2000 CE  

Scales of Modernity

East Asian Architecture from A Global Perspective: Cultural Transactions and the Development of Traditions

Architecture and Climate in a Global Perspective 

 

Resources

Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative Grant Program

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Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative Grant Program

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Funding

Locations:

Boston,

The GAHTC grant program supports the creation of materials and tools for teaching the global history of architecture.

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Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative on Timescape

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Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative on Timescape

Locations:

World,

These map-based resources offer educators and students in diverse disciplines with context for understanding global architectural history at the introductory level, from 800-1600 AD.

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