Visiting Scholars 2010

Research, 9 March 2010 to 15 August 2010
Nicholas Adams
Vassar College, United States
“Gunnar Asplund’s Law Court Extension, Göteborg: Law and Modernism”
Frederick Bohrer
Hood College, United States
“Antiquity, Archaeology and the In(ter)vention of Photography”
Enrico Chapel
École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Toulouse, France
“Datascaping : Histoire d’un paradoxe?”
Corinne Jaquand
École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Clermont-Ferrand France
“Planning through Landscape, German and French Experiences, 2010 and Backwards”
David Karmon
College of the Holy Cross, United States
“Cultivating Antiquity in the Early Modern Mediterranean”
Mrinalini Rajagopalan
New York University, United States
“Mutiny/Memory/Monument : Remembering and Forgetting 1857 through Architecture in Colonial Delhi”
Frances Richard
Barnard College, Columbia University, United States
“Gordon Matta-Clark and Marcel Duchamp: Three Pairs of Invented Terms”
Carlos Sambricio
Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, Spain
“La matière de l’architecture est la propre histoire de l’architecture”
Invited scholars
Manuel Blanco
Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, Spain
Geoff Manaugh
Author of BLDGBLOG, United States
1
1

Sign up to get news from us

Email address
First name
Last name
By signing up you agree to receive our newsletter and communications about CCA activities. You can unsubscribe at any time. For more information, consult our privacy policy or contact us.

Thank you for signing up. You'll begin to receive emails from us shortly.

We’re not able to update your preferences at the moment. Please try again later.

You’ve already subscribed with this email address. If you’d like to subscribe with another, please try again.

Folder ()

Your folder is empty.

Email:
Subject:
Notes:
Please complete this form to make a request for consultation. A copy of this list will also be forwarded to you.

Your contact information
First name:
Last name:
Email:
Phone number:
Notes (optional):
We will contact you to set up an appointment. Please keep in mind that your consultation date will be based on the type of material you wish to study. To prepare your visit, we'll need:
  • — At least one week for primary sources (prints and drawings, photographs, archival documents, etc.)
  • — At least twenty-four hours for secondary sources (books, periodicals, vertical files, etc.)
...