Visiting Scholars 1997–1998

Research, 1 September 1997 to 31 August 1998

Theme: The Baroque Phenomenon beyond Rome

Barbara Arciszewska, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, United States
Topic: Continental Baroque and the Emergence of Palladianism in England

Hugh Cullum, School of Architecture, University of Cambridge and Cullum and Nightingale Architects, London, United Kingdom
Topic: On the Ducal Palace La Venaria Reale near Turin and the Notion of Rhetorical Space

Wolfgang Jung, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, United States
Topic: On projections : Drawing and Design in the Architecture of Guarino Guarini and Andrea Pozzo

Evonne Levy, Department of Fine Art, University of Toronto, Canada
Topic: The Art of Propaganda : The Chapel of Saint Ignatius in the Gesù of Rome

Erik H. Neil, Dumbarton Oaks Center for the Study of Landscape Architecture, Washington, United States
Topic: Architectural Culture in Sicily, 1600-1800

Theme: Architecture and the Critical Debate after 1945

Adele Freedman, Independent researcher, Toronto, Canada
Topic: On Post-War Modernism in Canada

David Leatherbarrow, Department of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States
Topic: The Horizons of Architecture : International and Local

Michael Stone-Richards, Department of Art History, Northwestern University, Chicago, United States
Topic: The Phenomenology of Space and the Critique of Urbanism : Guy Debord and the Situationist International

Theme: Central and Eastern European Architecture

András Ferkai, Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem, Budapest, Hungary
Topic: Architectural Culture in Central and Eastern Europe, 1930-1943


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