Conceptions of Space and Place in Europe and the Mediterranean, 400-1650
Professor E. Dobbs and Professor M. Sortor

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HUM/SST 395.01
Spring 2002

Unit V.A:

Class Preparation

Recommended Reading

Suggestions for Research

V.A Urban Spaces: Uses and Significations of Space in Renaissance Florence
Recommended Reading

Martines, Lauro, Power and Imagination: City-States in Renaissance Italy, (Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1988), "Space Real and Imaginary" p. 271-76

Braunfels, Wolfgang, Urban Design in Western Europe: Regime and Architecture, 900-1900, trans. by Kenneth Northcott, (Chicago, University of Chicago Press)


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