The Department of Architecture has approximately 315 undergraduate students, 50 graduate students, a full-time resident faculty of 30, and 8-10 visiting faculty. The 5-year program graduates 65 students each year.

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  • Sri Lalitha Navaratnam Manaiadi Sastiram, A Translation into English 

    MacDougall, Bonnie G.; Amarasingam, Christobelle (2008-05-02)
    This is a translation into English by Bonnie G. MacDougall and Christobelle Amarasingam of the Sri Lalitha Navaratnam Manaiadi Sastiram, a work on housebuilding in prose from the Tamil speaking area of South India. The ...
  • The Uluwahu Paenima, A Translation into English 

    MacDougall, Bonnie G. (2008-05-02)
    This is a translation into English by Bonnie G. MacDougall of the Uluwahu Paenima, an undated popular liturgal manual written in Sinhala and circulated as an inexpensive chapbook for popular consumption in Sri Lanka. The ...
  • The Sinhala Maymataya, A Translation into English 

    MacDougall, Bonnie G. (2008-05-02)
    This is a translation into English by Bonnie G. MacDougall of the Mayimataya, a Sinhalese language work on housebuilding written by an unknown Sri Lankan author in 1837. The Sinhala Mayimataya is part of a modern language ...
  • Text into Form: Dwelling, Cosmos and Design Theory in Traditional South Asia 

    MacDougall, Bonnie G. (2008-03-31)
    This is a work on dwellings in India and Sri Lanka that draws on ethnographic work in the South Asian region as well as on housebuilding manuals that have been composed in the constituent cultures. The history of architecture ...
  • Mayimataya (Sinhala) 

    Unknown (2007-10-23)
    The Mayimataya is a Sinhalese language work on housebuilding written by an unknown Sri Lankan author in 1837. It has become part of a modern language genre of housebuilding works circulated as inexpensive pamphlets or ...

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