Sarah Williams Goldhagen:

Louis Kahn Yesterday and Today

Thursday 07 February, 2013
6:30 - 8pm, $0

CUNY, School of Architecture
141 Convent Avenue, Scaime Auditorium

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Sarah Williams Goldhagen is The New Republic’s architecture critic, and a scholar and theorist of modern and contemporary architecture. The author of Louis Kahn’s Situated Modernism and editor, with Rejean Legault, of Anxious Modernisms: Experimentation in Postwar Architectural Culture, Goldhagen has published widely in scholarly journals including Assemblage and the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, in popular journals and periodicals including the New York Times, Il Giornale d’Architettura, Arquitectura Viva, Le Courrier de l’Architecte and the Harvard Design Magazine, and, in edited collections, most recently, in collections edited by Barbara Maria Stafford (A Field Guide to a New Meta-Field: Bridging the Humanities-Sciences Divide), Anthony Vidler (Architecture Between Spectacle and Use), and Stanford Anderson (Alvar Aalto in America). Sarah received her PhD and Master’s at Columbia University’s Department of Art History and Archaeology in 1995 and her B.A. from Brown University in 1982. She has taught architectural history and theory at the Harvard Design School (10 years); also at the schools of architecture at Columbia University and University of Texas, Austin, and in the Departments of Art History at Columbia University, Vassar College, and Wellesley College.
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