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Carol Armstrong: Cézanne’s Gravity

Carol Armstrong: Cézanne’s Gravity

December 3, 2014Carol Armstrong is a Professor of Art History at Yale. She teaches and writes about 19th century French painting, the history of...
Martin J. Murray – Re-Urbanism in Africa: Building Cities from Scratch

Martin J. Murray – Re-Urbanism in Africa: Building Cities from Scratch

Martin Murray is a tenured full professor of the Taubman College urban planning faculty. He began his academic career as sociologist with a strong...
Aaron Gerow: History of Japanese Film Theory

Aaron Gerow: History of Japanese Film Theory

February 19, 2014 Professor Gerow teaches courses in Japanese cinema and popular culture, film studies, and film genre, as well as seminars on Japanese...
“The Politics of Public Space”, The Franke Visiting Fellow at the Whitney Humanities Center

“The Politics of Public Space”, The Franke Visiting Fellow at the Whitney Humanities Center

Michael Kimmelman is an American author, critic, New York Times columnist, and pianist and was the 2014 Franke Visiting Fellow at the Whitney Humanities...
“A Constructed World” Opening Address, “City of 7 Billion” with Joyce Hsiang and Bimal Mendis

“A Constructed World” Opening Address, “City of 7 Billion” with Joyce Hsiang and Bimal...

Professors Hsiang and Mendis introduce their work on a multi-year research project that considers the contemporary reality of increasing population world-wide and how it...
The Critical Act, Pt. 1

The Critical Act, Pt. 1

Drawing has always been at the architect's primary means of ideation and representation. This panel assembles distinguished practitioners to discuss the role of drawing,...
Steven Tuck – Summing It All Up: Lessons from Ancient Cities for the Modern City Designer/Dweller

Steven Tuck – Summing It All Up: Lessons from Ancient Cities for the Modern...

For the first time in human history, more people live in cities than not. It's therefore important that we critically examine the legacy of...
Memorial Service for Vincent J. Scully, Jr., Yale Sterling Professor Emeritus (Edited)

Memorial Service for Vincent J. Scully, Jr., Yale Sterling Professor Emeritus (Edited)

Professor Scully, one of the nation’s most influential and respected art and architectural historians, a recipient of the National Medal of the Arts, and...
“Building the Capital City: Missed Opportunities?” from the “Achtung: Berlin” Symposium

“Building the Capital City: Missed Opportunities?” from the “Achtung: Berlin” Symposium

Hans Kollohoff, Peter Eisenman, and Jürgen Mayer H. will be presenting papers in the afternoon session of the "Achtung: Berlin" Symposium at the Yale...
Richard Eaton – Islam in India

Richard Eaton – Islam in India

Richard Eaton is Professor of History at the University of Arizona. His research interests focus on the social and cultural history of medieval and...