Master Architecture, Cultural Identity and Globalisation - London - Greater London - University of Westminster - I14981

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Master Architecture, Cultural Identity and Globalisation - At the institution - London - Greater London

  • Objectives
    This course offers an opportunity for students to examine and discuss a wide range of issues related to cultural and personal identity at an advanced theoretical level. It explores these issues through design propositions.
  • Entry requirements
    Candidates should normally hold a good Honours degree in Architecture or a related built environment discipline.
  • Academic title
    MA Architecture, Cultural Identity and Globalisation
  • Course description
    Introduction
    This design-based course is the first of its kind in Britain, and amongst the first anywhere in the world. It offers an opportunity for students to examine and discuss a wide range of issues related to cultural and personal identity at an advanced theoretical level. It explores these issues through design propositions. Issues to be studied include gender, ethnicity, globalisation, power and cultural representation. Strong emphasis will be placed on the international transformations of notions of cultural identity, and yet there will also be a particular focus on contemporary London as a crucial global centre for cultural exchange and debate. By the end of the course, students will have produced a portfolio that consists of a series of design projects, written essays and other forms of output.


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