Interested faculty and graduate students are warmly invited to participate in the department's Architectural History Working Group, convening this year via Zoom.
Founded in 2018, the group is open to all members of the graduate community who engage in any way with the history of the built environment, regardless of chronological or geographic specialization. It is a great forum to discuss methodological challenges of architectural research and to "try out" scholarly work in progress with a friendly audience.
This year’s working group meetings are scheduled on the following Tuesdays, from 12 to 2 pm:
October 5, 2021: Peter Sealy, Assistant Professor, Daniels Faculty of Architecture: “Angels in No Man’s Land: The Berlin Wall in Film”
November 2, 2021: David Karmon, Professor and Head of Art History, College of the Holy Cross: “The Varieties of Architectural Experience: Renaissance Architecture and Multisensory Perception”
December 7, 2021: Jason Nguyen, Assistant Professor, Daniels Faculty of Architecture
To receive announcements, pre-circulated texts to read, and the Zoom link for meetings, join the group's mailing list by writing to Professor Joseph Clarke or sending an email to email@example.com with the following text: sub AHWG-L [your first name] [your last name]