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I took 10A and 10B. He's a great lecturer, pretty amusing most of the time, and he's been all over the place, so he's seen a lot of the buildings he talks about, and he's an architect so he has a personal take on a lot of them. He tends to go pretty fast, so pay attention, but you don't need to bother writing down dates/locations of buildings- he supplies you with everything you need to memorize for the midterm (and it's not too bad- just make a powerpoint flashcard set with pictures). Make SURE you keep track of themes throughout the class, because the midterm short essay and the final paper tend to be baased on what he harped on the most. (For example, 10A was nature, 10B was style debates.) It's a pretty enjoyable series overall, although I started to get tired of it later on in the second quarter.