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Permissions have been sought from authors to host these syllabi here in the Theory’s Curriculum Syllabi Library. If you are a member of the Theory’s Curriculum Project, you can use these syllabi to aid the way that you teach architectural theory as well as contributing with us to creating new syllabi of teaching architectural theory in the future. Please sign up to become a member and check the mailing list box to receive updates from us about future workshops and events.

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