Visiting Scholars 1997–1998

Research, 1 September 1997 to 31 August 1998
Barbara Arciszewska
Yale Center for British Art,United States
Hugh Cullum
University of Cambridge and Cullum and Nightingale Architects, United Kingdom
András Ferkai
Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem, Hungary
Adele Freedman
Independent researcher, Canada
Wolfgang Jung
Harvard Graduate School of Design, United States
David Leatherbarrow
University of Pennsylvania, United States
Evonne Levy
University of Toronto, Canada
Erik H. Neil
Dumbarton Oaks Center for the Study of Landscape Architecture, United States
Michael Stone-Richards
Northwestern University, United States

Associate Scholars
Horacio Enrique Torrent
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Marc Grignon
Université Laval, Canada

The themes of the Visiting Scholars program in 1997–1998 were “The Baroque Phenomenon beyond Rome,” “Architecture and the Critical Debate after 1945,” and “Central and Eastern European Architecture.”

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