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Course Name
Turkish Tasarım Tarihi II
English History of Design II
Course Code
EUT 325E Credit Lecture
Semester 5
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Gülname Turan
Course Objectives To teach students the fundamental theoretical and historiographical topics of design, from the fifties of the twentieth century to the present day.
To enable students to use methodological tools and develop their analytical and critical capacities, so that they can grasp the bonds that link works of design with their respective social, economic and cultural backdrop, identifying the influences between various different creative disciplines.
To develop their analytical and critical abilities, focusing on their search for their own design language.
Course Description Social Impacts of WWII: Production Consumption Balance; Reconstruction After WWII: England and USA; Reconstruction After WWII: Germany and Italy; Reconstruction After WWII: Russia and Japan; Design and Corporate Culture; Mass Culture and its Critic; Dimensions of Mass Culture: Mass Design, Pop and Protest, Graphic and Underground, Anti-Design; New Technologies, New Materials and their Impact on Design in a Historical Perspective; Radical Approaches: Technology, Security and Environment; Politics, Pluralism and Postmodernism in Design; Digital World and New Approaches in Product Design; New Dimensions in the Relationship of Design and Craft; Paths to 21st Century: Reform and Social Responsibility.
Course Outcomes Ability to define and discuss the major stylistic periods in the history of design;
Recognize the work of the major designers;
Understand the influence of art, politics, history, philosophy and technology on the evolution of these design movements;
Utilize terminology and interpretive approaches to synthesize all of this material.
Gains knowledge on the realm of the social responsibilities of the profession.
Required Facilities
Other Pecha Kucha seminar by each student will be organized as term work during the course
Other References Miller, C., 2009, European design since 1985 : shaping the new century, London, Merrel.
Bürdek, B.E., 2005, Design: history, theory, and practice of product design, Birkhauser-Publishers for Architecture.
Sparke, P., 2004, An Introduction to Design and Culture: 1900 to the present, Routledge.
Raizman, 2003, History of Modern Design, Laurence King Publishing.
Woodham, J.M., 1997, 20th Century Design, Oxford University Press.
Kaplicky, J., 2001, Looking Back in Envy: 20th-century Art and Design Revisited, Wiley.
Heskett, J., 1980, Industrial Design, Thames and Hudson.
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