Dipl Architecture, Tsinghua University, 1968
Associate Professor, East Asian Art and Architecture
Following the completion of his Ph.D., Mr. Huang first served as a research fellow at Cornell University and then came to teach full-time here at the University. Mr. Huang’s courses include a survey of World Buddhist architecture, a seminar on urban development in East Asia since World War II, and East-West architecture. His research interests focus on the cross-cultural issues in architecture and architectural interactions between the East and the West. His course of comparative architecture is an effort to explore a comparative methodology in architectural history. In addition, the new class “Drawing of Historic Architecture” provides students with training and skills of free hand drawing mainly of historic buildings.
Department of Architectural History