housing proposals—in the mid-twentieth century. This symposium gathers housing scholars for a conversation that bridges what might otherwise seem
like disparate realms of inquiry in order to reassess received histories and to provoke new questions about how we live in America, together, today.
September 28, The Museum of Modern Art
Titus Theater 2, 11 West 53rd Street
6pm, Viewing of Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive
7-8:30pm, "Where was Jim Crow? Living in Wright's America."
Symposium Keynote Presentation, Dianne Harris, University of Utah
Please register before September 25 to email@example.com.
September 29, The Lantern at Columbia University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 West 129th Street (West of Broadway)
Symposium speakers are Shiben Banerji, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Jana Cephas, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning,
University of Michigan; Brian Goldstein, Swarthmore College; Jennifer Gray, The Museum of Modern Art; Jennifer Hock, Maryland Institute College of Art;
Catherine Maumi, the Grenoble School of Architecture; Kevin McGruder, Antioch College; and Joseph Watson, University of British Columbia. Cosponsored by Columbia School of the Arts.
Please register at wallach.columbia.edu.
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