Architecture of the United States; Contemporary architecture.
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
M.Sc. University of California, Berkeley
B.Arch. University of Arizona
Jeremy White is an architectural historian teaching at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and a licensed architect. His field of study is the modern landscape, urbanism and the architecture of the United States. He also teaches art history in the M.F.A. program at the Brooks Institute. His current research projects include a book exploring the relationship of memory, history and architecture, and another on the contemporary architecture. His is also on the Board of Directors of the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara, and on the Board of the Santa Barbara branch of the American Institute of Architects.
6F Survey of Architecture
6J Survey of Contemporary Architecture
136C Architecture of the United States
136D Design & the American Architect
136H Housing American Cultures
136Q Deviant Domesticities
136W Introduction to 2D/3D Visualizations in Architecture
137DD America by Design
137GG Negotiating Density in Isla Vista
186SJ Memory, History and Architecture [undergraduate seminar]
187Z Museum Studies Seminar: House Museum Movement in the USA