36th Annual Student Symposium

The New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians

is pleased to invite you

to attend its 36th Annual Student Symposium

Featuring presentations by outstanding students from programs in the history, theory, and criticism of architecture, art history, urban studies, historic preservation, and related fields.

The symposium will take place SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2014 from 9:00am – 1:30pm at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (Portico rooms). The event is free and open to the public.

Please see—and share—the schedule of speakers below. More information is available on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/255124054664969/

 

SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS

 

1_ARCHITECTURE OF EMPIRE, NATION AND COMMUNITY (9:25-10:25)

 

Curious Encounters: Fischer von Erlach’s Porcelain Tower of Nanjing and the Vision of Imperial China

Melany Sun-Min Park (Harvard University)

 

The Etawah Pilot Project: Self-Reform without Revolution

Deepa Ramaswamy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

 

Human Space:  Memory and Architectural Theory in Postwar Germany

Sara Hayat (Brown University)

 

2_ARCHITECTURE OF PERCEPTION (10:40-11:40)

 

Chambre Obscure: Sensation, Perception, and the Late 18th Century Artificial Grotto

Victoria Addona (Harvard University)

 

Catacoustic Subjectivity:  Carl Ferdinand Langhans’s Theory of Reverberation

Joseph Clarke (Yale University)

 

Assembling the Landscape of Zion: The Mormon Overland Experience and the Convergence of History and Perception in the Great Basin

Brett Culbert (Harvard University)

 

3_ARCHITECTURE AND DISCIPLINARY DISCOURSES (12:25-1:25)

 

Its Own Sense of Justice: Interpreting the Philadelphia House of Correction

Jamie Devol (Boston University)

 

Ando Tadao and the Making of “Modern Japanese Architecture”

Judy Yoo (Amherst College)

 

CoEvolution Quarterly (1974–1984) and Environmental Participation: Ecology, Exchange, and Expertise

Jessica Varner (Yale University)

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Christina Crawford and Erin McKellar (2014 Organizers)

 2014_NESAH Student Symposium Poster[2]

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