Master of Architecture MA Architectural History
University College of London – Bartlett School of Architecture. London, United Kingdom
Established in 1981, Architectural History MA at The Bartlett is the UK’s longest established degree in the historical, theoretical and critical interpretation of architecture, cities, urban spaces, creative practices and their representations.
Over the past 30 years, the programme has been developed to prioritise the exploration of new and existing methodologies and critical theories as they might be applied to the study of architecture and cities.
Rather than dealing with architecture exclusively through the work of famous individuals, landmark buildings, stylistic classification or normative categories, the programme locates architecture within social, ideological, creative, political, material, technological, theoretical and urban processes.
Examine architecture and cities from early-modern to contemporary contexts
Develop a deep architectural knowledge, and learn to critically interpret buildings, texts, architects, urban spaces and cities, as well as other representations and creative practices
Work with some of the world’s most respected historians and theorists of architecture, who are producing both substantial scholarly work and highly innovative research
Refine your historical and critical research skills to pursue a successful academic or professional career
Be part of a world-leading centre for architectural teaching, The Bartlett School of Architecture, and research in one of the most dynamic cities in the world