Jeffrey T. Schnapp: The Face of the Modern Architect

Talk, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 6 September 2007
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Jeffrey Schnapp: The Face of the Modern Architect

Jeffrey T. Schnapp is Professor of Comparative Literature and Founder-Director of the Stanford Humanities Lab. He is the author of Building Fascism, Communism, Democracy: Gaetano Ciocca—Builder, Inventor, Farmer, Writer, Engineer (2003); Crowds (2006); and co-author of Ball and Hammer: Hugo Ball’s Tenderenda the Fantast (2002). His writings have appeared in Modernism/modernity, Art Issues, Journal of Contemporary History and Grey Room.

Jeffrey T. Schnapp was a CCA Mellon Senior Fellow in 2007.


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