• Prof.
  • Kenan, Jr.
  • Professor of Architecture

The goal of the project is to represent digitally the inner logic of early Mormon polygamy, its familial order and gendered meanings.

Snelling building complex between 1820-1900.

"Rome Reborn 1.0" is a true 3D model that runs in real time.

The project will consist of three sections, corresponding to three distinctive construction phases.
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The shared narrative of the study reflects the confluence of forces--technology, social, environmental, political--that precipitated the decline of labor-intensive sectors and bolstered or thwarted revitalization efforts in these cities.

The Southern Crescent runs from New York to New Orleans.

The initial phase will be devoted to the "fabulous exposition" of Turin 1911.
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Evidence gathered to date challenges commonly held and widely published notions about the evolution of the forum, especially during the final years of the city's life.


who traveled between where and when.

These venues were places of refuge for black travelers during segregation.
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At present, MED consists of a relational database of glyphs ("gnumbers"), images, phonetic values ("pvalues"), and semantic values ("svalues") according to the consensus among various American Mayanists (MacLeod and Reents-Budet 1994).

Preserve images, stories and documents that tell the story of each location.
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The poet in turn is able to translate his vision into words with such vividness and clarity that his audience can for its part imaginatively re-envision the Trojan plain on which the heroes fought and died.

880 and 1504 of the Christian era.

Multi-dimensional dynamic digital models will be developed for this investigation, which will be available on the web for those with an interest in the specific case studies as well as scholars concerned with developing new methodologies for research in architectural history.

The notional date of the model is June 21, 400 A.D.

This project takes the text of the Iliad as its script, paying particular attention to spatial indications such as for example "left" and "right," and attempts to reconstruct the activity on the battlefield with the help of digital technology.

As circuses grew so did the associated problems.

They can enter important public buildings such as the Roman Senate House, the Colosseum, or the Temple of Venus and Rome, the ancient city's largest place of worship.

Views of the choir have yet to be added.

Translating the poemÂ’s verbal account into a visual medium demonstrates not only the coherence of its plan, but also reveals the role of spatial design in plotting its narrative.

This is the first of four planned installments of the Archive.

Aquae Urbis Romae examines the intersection between natural hydrological elements such as springs, rain, streams, marshes, and the Tiber River, and tectonic hydraulic elements such as aqueducts, fountains, sewers, bridges, conduits, etc., that together create the water infrastructure system of Rome.