Essay plan template 300w
Write Your Name Here Essay Plan
Write your essay question here.
Approach to Question:
Write here how you will address the question, what you will argue, or what position you will take.
Tell us here which texts you will be consulting, and what useful ideas or issues are contained in each of them. You may use dot points to summarisetheir main points / arguments.
Identify here which buildings you will examine, and why. Again, you may summarise this in dot points for the key ideas pertaining to each building.
Provide an outline structure for the essay text. Use headings if you wish, and dot points to identify the ideas and content of the essay as it will develop in a logical, sequential way (max. 1 page of dot points).
Summary from the Course Outline:
The essay of 2200 words (not including bibliography) will answer one of a set of questions concerning the overarching themes of the course, drawing upon more than one of the historical periods studied. It is expected that the essay will be illustrated as necessary, fully referenced, and include a bibliography.
In more detail, the essay must develop an argument in response to the selected essay question, and this will generally involve a comparison of buildings and ideas of one historical period with another. While a broader range of buildings and writings should be referred to in order to establish your argument, your main focus should remain on a specific comparison between two buildings or texts / concepts. Remember, if you are comparing texts/concepts, example buildings must be given to explain these ideas. If it is a comparison of buildings, important thinkers and writers will need to be used to examine the built works.
Essay questions and readings will be available on the Blackboard site in Week 8, after the lecture on Tuesday, 15 September.
Formative feedback to assist the development of the essay will be provided in an essay workshop / tutorial and based on the submission of an essay plan. The essay plan forms part of the Participation assessment [refer to Couse Outline for details].
ESSAY QUESTIONS (& READINGS)
2. Geometry (Baroque & Neo‐Classicism)
Michael Hill and Robin Evans write about the significance of geometry and drawing in the work of Borromini and Adam respectively. Compare Borromini’s S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome, (1637‐41) with Adam’s Syon House, Middlesex, (1761). Describe the agency of geometry in the design of architecture for each. How are they different?
Michael Hill, “The Curvature of the Lateral Chapels in San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane”, Julia Gatley (ed) Cultural Crossroads, SAHANZ: Auckland, 2009.
Anthony Blunt, Borromini, London: Allen Lane, 1979.
Rudolf Wittkower, “Borromini”, Art and Architecture in Italy 1600‐1750, Harmondworth: Penguin Books, 1973, p 197‐230,
Robin Evans, “The Developed Surface: An Enquiry into the Brief Life of an Eighteenth‐Century Drawing Technique”, Translations from Drawing to Building and other Essays, London: Architectural Association, 1997.
David King, The Complete Works of Robert and James Adam, Oxford: Butterworth, 1991.
Hanno‐Walter Kruft, “The Counter‐Reformation, Baroque and Neo‐classicism” in, A History of Architectural Theory: From Vitruvius to the Present, Princeton Architectural Press, 1994.
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