- Additional Programs
- History of Art and Architectural Studies
Glenn Andres taught, primarily in the areas of architectural and urban history, at Middlebury from 1970 through spring semester 2015. His research spans from the Italian Renaissance through 19th century America to post modernism.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in architectural history from Princeton University. His doctoral dissertation on the Villa Medici in Rome was pursued while a fellow of the American Academy in Rome.
He has published on Renaissance villas, the architecture of Florence (he co-authored The Art of Florence (Abbeville Press), along with John Hunisak and A. Richard Turner), New England meeting houses, Vermont regional architecture, American modernism, and the work of Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer.
His most recent work includes The Buildings of Vermont (with Curtis B. Johnson, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press, 2014) and the co-curation of the Middlebury Museum of Art’s exhibit “Observing Vermont Architecture” alongside Curtis B. Johnson.
- Society of Architectural Historians
- Vermont Advisory Council for Historic Preservation
- Editorial Advisory Board, “Vermont History,” Vermont Historical Society
- Middlebury, VT, Design Advisory Committee
- Trustee, Henry Sheldon Museum
In this course, students (non-seniors) carry out an independent research or creative project on a topic pertinent to the relationship between humans and the environment. The project, carried out under the supervision of a faculty member with related expertise who is appointed in or affiliated with the Environmental Studies Program, must involve a significant amount of independent research and analysis. The expectations and any associated final products will be defined in consultation with the faculty advisor. Students may enroll in ENVS 0500 no more than twice for a given project. (Approval only)
Senior Independent Study
In this course, seniors complete an independent research or creative project on a topic pertinent to the relationship between humans and the environment. During the term prior to enrolling in ENVS 0700, a student must discuss and agree upon a project topic with a faculty advisor who is appointed in or affiliated with the Environmental Studies Program and submit a brief project proposal to the Director of Environmental Studies for Approval. The expectations and any associated final products will be defined in consultation with the faculty advisor. Students may enroll in ENVS 0700 as a one-term independent study OR up to twice as part of a multi-term project, including as a lead-up to ENVS 0701 (ES Senior Thesis) or ENVS 0703 (ES Senior Integrated Thesis). (Senior standing; Approval only)