Associate Professor Felicity Atekpe
A Global History of Architecture
Associate Professor Felicity Atekpe presents ‘A Global History of Architecture’ a book which changed the way architectural history is viewed, studied and taught.
An examination of 5,000 years of the built environment
The book that forever changed the way architectural history is viewed, taught, and studied; A Global History of Architecture examines 5,000 years of the built environment. Spanning from 3,500 BCE to the present, and organized along a global timeline, this unique guide was written by experts in their fields who emphasize the connections, contrasts, and influences of architectural movements throughout history and around the world.
- Section on contemporary global architecture
- Coverage of non-Western cultures, particularly South Asia, South East Asia Pre-Columbian America, and Africa.
- Drawings and maps, as well as more stunning photographs
- Companion website with digital learning tools and Google Earth™mapping service coordinates that make it easier to find sites
Name Associate Professor Felicity Atekpe (she/her)
Department The Bartlett School of Architecture
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