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Notes

[1] Harlan Cleveland, as quoted by Sharon E. Sutton, "Architects and Power," Progressive Architecture. LXXIII:5 (May 1992), p. 66.

[2] Stanford Anderson, "Some themes for a symposium on Ph.D. education in architecture," symposium on Doctoral Studies in Architecture, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 11-12 November 1988, pp. 1-2.

[3] Anderson, "Some themes for a symposium on Ph.D. education in architecture," pp. 2-3.

[4] Michael J. Crosbie, "The Schools: How They're Failing the Profession (and What We Can Do About It)," Progressive Architecture. LXXVI:9 (September 1995), p. 50.

[5] Robert Gutman, "Redesigning Architecture Schools," Architecture. LXXXV:8 (August 1996), p. 87.

[6] Judith Blau, "The Context and Content of Collaboration: Architecture and Sociology," Journal of Architectural Education. XLV:1 (November 1991), p. 39.

[7] Stanley Tigerman in "Practitioners Grade the Schools," Architecture. LXXXV:8 (August 1996), p. 91.

[8] James M. Mayo, "Dilemmas of Architectural Education in the Academic Political Economy," in Voices in Architectural Education, p. 66.

[9] Mayo, "Dilemmas of Architectural Education in the Academic Political Economy," p. 71.

[10] Thomas A. Dutton, Ed. Voices in Architectural Education. (New York: Bergin & Harvey), 1991, p. xxii.

[11] Shaorn E. Sutton, "Architectural education: Should behavioral studies be integrated into the design studio?" Architectural Record. CLXXII:7 (July 1984), p. 45.

[12] William Porter, "Architectural Education in the University Context: Dilemmas and Directions," Journal of Architectural Education. XXXII:3 (February 1979), p. 3.

[13] Robert Segrest, "Design and the Pedagogical Text (Excess Baggage)," Journal of Architectural Education. XLV:1 (November 1991), p. 11.

[14] Michael J. Crosbie, "Why Can't Johnny Size a Beam?" Progressive Architecture. LXXVI:6 (June 1995), p. 92.

[15] Dee Christy Briggs, "Reform the Design Studio," Architecture. LXXXV:8 (August 1996), p. 75.

[16] Jon Lang, "Creating Theory Builders and Disseminators: The Primary Goal of Doctoral Education in Architecture," symposium on Doctoral Studies in Architecture, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 11-12 November 1988, p. 1.

[17] J. Max Bond, as quoted by Thomas A. Dutton in "Architectural Education and Society: An Interview with J. Max Bond," in Voices in Architectural Education, p. 87.

[18] Blau, "The Context and Content of Collaboration," p. 39.

[19] Porter, "Architectural Education in the University Context," p. 4.

[20] John Meunier, "Paradigms for Practice: A Task for Architecture Schools," Journal of Architectural Education. XL:2 (Jubilee 1987), p. 47.

[21] James Wines, "Architectural education: Vivid challenge to the status quo," Architectural Record. CLXXII:11 (November 1984), p. 55.

[22] Reed Kroloff, "How the Profession is Failing the Schools," Architecture. LXXXV:8 (August 1996), p. 92.

[23] Stanford Anderson, "The Presentness of Interpretation and of Artifacts: Towards a History for the Duration and Change of Artifacts," in History in, of, and for Architecture. ed. J.E. Hancock (Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati School of Architecture), 1980, p. 56.

[24] Bond, as quoted by Dutton in "Architectural Education and Society," p. 89.

[25] Darlene A. Brady, "The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change," Journal of Architectural Education. L:1 (September 1996), pp. 32-33 Donald Kunze, "Commentary on Architectural Education," Journal of Architectural Education. XL:2 (Jubilee 1987), p. 37.

[26] David Lee Smith, "Integrating Technology Into the Architectural Curriculum," Journal of Architectural Education. XLI:1 (Fall 1987), p. 7 Crosbie, "Why Can't Johnny Size a Beam?" p. 92.

[27] Gregory Baum, as quoted by Thomas A. Dutton, "Design and Studio Pedagogy," Journal of Architectural Education. XLI:1 (Fall 1987), p. 18.

[28] Donald A. Schn, "Toward a Marriage of Artistry & Applied Science In the Architectural Design Studio," Journal of Architectural Education. XLI:4 (Summer 1988), pp. 4-10.

[29] Max Underwood, as quoted by Crosbie, "Why Can't Johnny Size a Beam?" p. 94.

[30] Smith, "Integrating Technology Into the Architectural Curriculum," p. 8.

[31] Briggs, "Reform the Design Studio," p. 77.

[32] Dana Cuff, "Celebrate the Gap Between Education and Practice," Architecture. LXXXV:8 (August 1996), p. 95.

[33] Crosbie, "Why Can't Johnny Size a Beam?" p. 93.

[34] Smith, "Integrating Technology Into the Architectural Curriculum," p. 6.

[35] Crosbie, "Why Can't Johnny Size a Beam?" p. 93.

[36] Brady, "The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change," p. 46.

[37] Cuff, "Celebrate the Gap Between Education and Practice," p. 95 Brady, "The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change," p. 47.

[38] Brady, "The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change," p. 38.

[39] Brady, "The Education of an Architect: Continuity and Change," pp. 39-40.

[40] Crosbie, "The Schools: How They're Failing the Profession (and What We Can Do About It)," p. 50.

[41] Sutton, "Architects and Power," p. 67.

Additional Bibliography

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Chaffers, James A. "Issues, Frameworks, and Approaches to Architectural Research," working paper, Doctoral Program in Architecture, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, The University of Michigan (August 1992).

Filson, Ron. "Architectural education: Can schools span the gap to practice?" Architectural Record. CLXXIII:11 (November 1985), pp. 59-63.

Joroff, Michael L. and Stanley J. Morse. "A Proposed Framework for the Emerging Field of Architectural Research," in Architectural Research. ed. James C. Snyder (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold), 1984.

Lee, Peter R. "Some Thoughts on the Education of the Future Practitioner," Journal of Architectural Education. XL:2 (Jubilee 1987), pp. 42-44.

Prez-Gmez, Alberto. Architecture and the Crisis of Modern Science. (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press), 1983.

Plunz, Richard. "Comments on Academic Research in Architecture in the United States," Journal of Architectural Education. XL:2 (Jubilee 1987), pp. 62-64.

Robinson, Julia. "Architectural Research: Incorporating Myth and Science," Journal of Architectural Education. XLIV:1 (November 1990), pp. 20-32.

Templer, John. "Architectural Research," Journal of Architectural Education. XLIV:1 (November 1990), p. 3.

Ward, Anthony. "Ideology, culture and the design studio," Design Studies. XI:1 (January 1990), pp. 10-16.

Willenbrock, Laura L. "An Undergraduate Voice in Architectural Education," in Voices in Architectural Education. ed. Thomas A. Dutton (New York: Bergin & Harvey), 1991, pp. 97-120.


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