The City as Campus uses Chicago as a case study to examine how universities interact with their urban contexts. Illustrating how Chicago serves as a site of pedagogical transformation and a location for the larger purpose of the academic community, Sharon Haar presents a social and design history of the urban campus as an architectural idea and form.
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