98年第1學期-5405 亞洲城鄉與建築文化專題 課程資訊
|Attendance record and performance||20||Students are encouraged to join the debate in class.|
|Reflective Report (1)||20||Format of the report - see the above description.|
|Reflective Report (2)||20||Format of the report - see the above description.|
|Group Research Report||40||Each group presentation should be within 20 minutes and allow 10 minutes for comments.|
1. To train students to listen and to speak in an English environment so that their English proficiency can be
2. To broaden students′ knowledge on the emerging urban phenomena and city cultures across the Asian context to
build up a better understanding of this particular region.
3. Through cross-institutional exchange, students will benefit learning from joining debates with scholars from
different countries and to improve their skills in international communication in English.
This course will be conducted in English and lectures will be given by different invited scholars and professors mainly from the Asian region. The major issues in this lecture series focus on“Emerging urban phenomena and city cultures in the contemporary Asian context”. Invited speakers will give a short history of those cities studied by them. Emerging socio-economical and socio-cultural issues as well as sustainable problems etc. will be further discussed in the class. Students are encouraged to join the debate with the invited scholars and teachers and reflective reports based on selected lectures are to be submitted afterward. Students are required to present a research report in English on issues related to the main theme of this course. Group researches are only allowed within two students and no more than that number.
Office Hourtime: Wednesday 10:00~11:00 a.m. venue: ARC201 mobile: 0923155123
1. Hillier, Bill，1996，Space is The Machine，Cambridge niversity Press。
2. Massey, D. Allen, J. & Pile, S. (ed.) City Worlds. London: Routledge, 1999.
3. Pile, S., Brook, C. & Mooney, G. (ed.) Unruly Cities? London: Routledge, 1999.
4. Allen, J., Massey, D. & Pryke, M. Unsettling Cities. London: Routledge, 1999.
5. Miles, Malcolm and Hall, Tim with Borden Iain, 2004,The City Cultures Reader, Routledge.
6. Further information and references will be provided by each invited speaker.