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Roundtable: A Global History of Architecture, Methods and Strategies

September 12, 2016
05:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Gamble Room, Rush Rhees Library

This roundtable will bring together scholars who are currently a team with the Mellon-sponsored Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative for their work on a curriculum for a global history of architecture through the prism of technologies of communication and transportation. The team will discuss their pedagogical strategies and give sample lectures units which will be followed by a discussion on the larger opportunities and challenges more generally within global historical studies.

Special guests for this event are Shundana Yusaf, University of Utah, and Mrinalini Rajagopalan, University of Pittsburgh.

For more information, contact Peter Christensen.

Jointly sponsored by the Humanities Project (a program of the Humanities Center) and the Central New York Humanities Corridor. 

Category: Humanities Project Events