Visiting Scholars 2004

Research, January 2004 to August 2004
Samuel D. Albert
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
“And Was Jerusalemn Builded Here...”

Jean-Pierre Chupin
Université de Montréal, Canada
“La scène emblématique de la Città analoga ou les avatars de l’imagination analogique dans l’oeuvre d’Aldo Rossi”

Maarten Delbeke
Universiteit Gent, Belgium
“The Sacred History of Architecture: The Writings of Michelangelo Lualdi in Context”

Jean-Philippe Garric
École d'architecture de Normandie, France
“Les modèles italiens dans les livres d’architecture français et le renouveau de la théorie architecturale au début du XIXe siècle”

Anthony Gerbino
Wesleyan University, United States
“Number, Order, and Measure: Baroque Architects and the Scientific Revolution”

Katja Grillner
Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden
“The Writing of Landscape”

Robert Kirkbride
Parsons School of Design and Studio ’Patafisico, United States
“Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federio da Montefeltro”

D. Medina Lasansky
Cornell University, United States
“Redefining Modernism: Contextualizing the Image of Tuscan Vernacular Architecture within the Racist Rhetoric of the Facist Regime”

Wallis Miller
University of Kentucky, Lexington, United States
“Architecture on Exhibit”

Amy F. Ogata
Bard Graduate Center, United States
“Object Lessons: Design, Creativity, and the Material Culture of Postwar Childhood”

Timothy Rohan
University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
“Postwar Urbanism in America: Paul Rudolph Buildings and Projects, 1954–1972”
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