Visiting Scholar Seminar: Federica Doglio

The Architecture of Education
Seminar, in English, Shaughnessy House, 24 July 2014, 6pm
Visiting Scholar Seminar: Federica Doglio: The Architecture of Education
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Visiting Scholar Federica Doglio presents her research:

From 1966 to 1968, the architects and educators Shadrach Woods and Cedric Price, based respectively in Paris and London, found themselves caught up in a vortex of change in education. Like architecture, the field was searching for new models; thinkers sought to reformulate the basic problems of education, rather than simply seeking new solutions to old questions. This talk critically compares the radical visions for education of Woods and Price, with the aim of enriching the discourse on contemporary education theory and offering starting points for further discussion and study.

Federica Doglio is a visiting lecturer at the school of architecture at the Politechnico di Torino.

Federica Doglio was a Visiting Scholar at the CCA in 2014.

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