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1. Prelude 2. The enlightenment and neoclassicism 3. British theory in the eighteenth century 4. Neoclassicism and historicism 5. The rise of German theory 6. Competing directions at mid-century 7. Historicism in the United States 8. The arts and crafts movement 9. Excusus on a few of the conceptual foundations of twentieth-century German modernism 10. Modernism 1889-1914 11. European Modernism, 1917-1933 12. American modernism, 1917-1933 13. Depression, war, and aftermath, 1934-1958 14. European critiques of modern theory 1959-1967 15. American critiques of modern theory, 1959-1967 16. Conclusion.