New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians  Presents


Thursday, December 7, 2006, 7 PM

Roger Reed, Brookline Preservation Commission
Medieval to Moderne: A Brief Look at Baltic Architecture

Milda Richardson, School of Architecture, Northeastern University
Lithuanian Totem Shrines and the Resonance of Resistance

Andrei Harwell, Yale Urban Design Workshop
Churaevka: Experimental Community in Russia Abroad

Jack Glassman, Bargmann Hendrie + Archtype, Inc.
Screens and Frames: Slices of Architectural History

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Building 7 (Rogers Building) Room 431
77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA


The Art and Architecture of the Polish Wooden Synagogue

An exhibition at the Boston Center for Jewish Heritage at the Vilna Shul, and a lecture by Thomas C. Hubka

Wednesday, November 1, 2006

 The New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians and The Holy Transfiguration Monastery

cordially invite you to a viewing of


H.H. Richardson’s Brookline House

Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006

 5:30 pm:  Introduction to The Holy Transfiguration Monastery by Father Sergius and Roger Reed

278 Warren St., Brookline

5:45 pm:  Lecture on the History, Current Status and Future of Richardson’s Brookline Home and Office by Allan S. Galper

Following the lecture, we will take a brisk walk to the neighboring Richardson House for a tour led by Roger Reed, Preservation Planner, Brookline Preservation Commission