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  1. LibGuides: Online Library Support and Resources for your Subject 1 item
  2. Week 1 - Lecture 1: Introduction to the course: sources and timelines, expectations & Founding of Paris/Medieval Paris 3 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
    2. Recommended Reading 1 item
  3. Week 2 - Lecture 2: Renaissance and Baroque Paris 4 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
    2. Recommended Reading 1 item
  4. Week 2 – Seminar 1: Maps of early Paris; Turgot Map & Hannah Williams’s Digital Project 3 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Chapter 5 - 'The Place Royale and the City' [in] The place royale and urban design in the ancien régime - Richard Cleary 2011

        Chapter  Also read Chapter 6 - 'Visions of the New Rome', pp. 134-144

      2. 'Portraying the City in Early Modern Europe: Measurement, Representation, and Planning' [in] The history of cartography - Hilary Ballon, David Friedman 1987

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    2. Recommended Reading 1 item
  5. Week 3 - Lecture 3: Paris Urbanism, 1700-1850 8 items
    1. Required Reading 5 items
      1. European architecture: 1750-1980 - Barry Bergdoll 2000

        Book  Read Chapter 2 - 'What is Enlightenment? The City and the Public, 1750-89', pp.43-65, 73-74

    2. Recommended Reading 3 items
      1. Chapter 2 - 'Official taste of the mid-century: Gabriel; Marigny and Soufflot' [in] The architecture of the French Enlightenment - Allan Braham 1980

        Chapter  Also read chapters - “ Ch. 12 - The Later Works: the Barrières of Paris", pp.190 – 197 & Ch. 14 - “Paris, the Country and the Court pp.229-249.

      2. Chapter 7 - 'Three Paris Architects: Le Camus Mézières, Boullé and Antoine' [in] The architecture of the French Enlightenment - Allan Braham 1980

        Chapter  Also read chapters - “ Ch. 12 - The Later Works: the Barrières of Paris", pp.190 – 197 & Ch. 14 - “Paris, the Country and the Court pp.229-249.

      3. 'Introduction' [in] Planning Paris before Haussmann - Nicholas Papayanis 2004

        Chapter  Also read Chapter 1.

  6. Week 4 - Lecture 4: Haussmann : Urban Structures 1 5 items
    1. Required Reading 5 items
  7. Week 4 - Seminar 2. Haussmann : Urban Structures 2 2 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Transforming Paris: the life and labors of Baron Haussmann - David P. Jordan 1995

        Book  Read pp. 13-40, 185-210 & 341-368.

  8. Week 5 - Lecture 5: Images of Urbanism - Manet to Caillebotte to Pissarro 6 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
    2. Recommended Reading 3 items
  9. Week 6 - Break 0 items
  10. Week 7 - Lecture 6: Who Populates Urban Paris? Who are Parisians I? (Courbet, Daumier, Degas, Seurat, Toulouse Lautrec) 4 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
    2. Recommended Reading 2 items
      1. Paris, capital of modernity - David Harvey 2003

        Book  Focus on: Community and Class, pp.225-244; Science and Sentiment, Modernity and Tradition, pp.253-266; and Abstract and Concrete Labour, pp.153-170.

      2. Impressionism: art, leisure and Parisian society - Robert L. Herbert 1988

        Book  Focus on: “Chronology: Paris and the Impressionists,” pp.xvi-xix. Excerpt from “Café and Café-Concert,” pp.62-81 AND Excerpt from “Theatre, Opera, and Dance, pp.93-103” AND excerpt from “Parks, Racetracks, and Gardens,” pp.141-152.

  11. Week 8 - Seminar 3: Who Populates Urban Paris? Who are Parisians II? (Degas, Seurat, Toulouse Lautrec) 11 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
    2. Recommended Reading 8 items
      1. On the Flaneur: 6 items
        1. The complete verse - Charles Baudelaire, Francis Scarfe 2012

          Book 

      2. Other: 2 items
  12. Week 9 - Seminar 4: Haussmann, Impressionism, and mythmaking Required Reading: 4 items
    1. Required Reading 1 item
    2. Recommended Reading 3 items
      1. Paris, capital of modernity - David Harvey 2003

        Book  Focus on pp. 293-307.

  13. Week 10 & Week 11 - Seminar 5 & 6: Group Presentations 41 items
    Initial Bibliography for Group Work Items:
    1. Afterlife of Hausmann's Paris 8 items
      1. 1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

         

        2. Buenos Aires, Argentina

      2. Modern architecture in Latin America: art, technology, and utopia - Luis E. Carranza, Fernando Luiz Lara, Jorge Francisco Liernur 2014

        Book 

      3. Melodramatic landscapes: urban parks in the nineteenth century - Heath Massey Schenker 2009

        Book 

    2. Contemporary with Haussmann's Paris 9 items
      1. 3. Mexico City, Mexico

      2. Manet: the Execution of Maximilian: painting, politics and censorship - Juliet Wilson-Bareau, National Gallery (London) 1992

        Book 

      3. With the French in Mexico - James Frederick Elton

        Book 

      4. La capital: the biography of Mexico City - Jonathan Kandell 1988

        Book 

      5. México through foreign eyes, 1850-1990: visto por ojos extranjeros - Carole Naggar, Fred Ritchin 1996, c1993

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      6. Mexico City through history and culture - Linda A. Newson, John King, British Academy ©2009

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      7. Everyday life and politics in nineteenth century Mexico: men, women, and war - Mark Wasserman 2002

        Book 

    3. Pre-Haussmann Paris 24 items
      1. General

      2. On distant shores: colonial houses around the world - Ovidio Guaita 1999

        Book 

      3. 4. Quebec City, Canada

      4. Québec: a French colonial town in America, 1660 to 1690 - Rémi Chénier 1991

        Book 

      5. 5. Montreal, Canada

      6. Montréal: the quest for a metropolis - Annick Germain, Damaris Rose 2000

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      7. 6. New Orleans, USA

      8. Building the Devil's Empire - Shannon Lee Dawdy 2008 (Electronic resource)

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      9. 7. Port-au-Prince, Haiti

      10. Colonialism and Science: Saint Domingue and the Old Regime - James E. McClellan, Vertus Saint-Louis 1992

        Book 

      11. A civilization that perished: the last years of white colonial rule in Haiti - M. L. E. Moreau de Saint-Méry, Ivor D. Spencer 1985

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      12. A concise history of the Haitian Revolution - Jeremy D. Popkin 2011 (electronic resource)

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      13. 8. Pondicherry, India

      14. India and Europe in the global eighteenth century - Simon Davies, Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa, Daniel Sanjiv Roberts c2014

        Book 

  14. Further Reading 32 items
    1. St. Louis and the Court Style in Gothic architecture - Robert Branner 1965

      Book  See especially “Ch. 1 Paris, the King and the Arts” and “Ch. 4 The Sainte Chapelle and Evolution of the Courtly Style” in, pp. 1-11, 56-61.

    2. How Paris became Paris: the invention of the modern city - Joan E. DeJean 2015

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    3. Paris: biography of a city - Colin D.H. Jones 2006

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    4. Manet and the painters of contemporary life - Alan Krell 1996

      Book 

    5. The city: a world history - Andrew Lees 2015

      Book  See especially: Hohenberg and Lees, The Making of Urban Europe 1000-1994, “Human Consequences of the Industrial Revolution,” chapter 8, pp. 248-289.

    6. Manet: the Execution of Maximilian: painting, politics and censorship - Juliet Wilson-Bareau, National Gallery (London) 1992

      Book 

    7. Paris in the age of absolutism: an essay - Orest Allen Ranum 1968

      Book  See especially Chs.1, 5, 10

    8. Impressionism - James H. Rubin 1999

      Book 

    9. The City Reader 2015 (electronic resource)

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    10. The new painting: Impressionism 1874-1886 - Charles S. Moffett, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, National Gallery of Art (Washington) 1986

      Book 

    11. The politics of design in French colonial urbanism - Gwendolyn Wright 1991

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