Mark Jarzombek, professor, History and Theory of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
In the 13th century, Angkor was the third largest city in the world. Yet by 1400, it had been abandoned only to be “rediscovered” in the late 19th century. Learn how this city came about, how it was designed and organized, and how it ultimately collapsed.
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Individual sessions: members, $28, nonmembers, $35.
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Above: L. Jammes, Vue Restaurée de la Pyramide do Pimenacas (Ang-kor Thom), Ruines d’Ang-kor (Comboge). 2010.368. Ink and color on paper. Source unidentified.