Modern Architecture and Culture in the Mid-Twentieth Century: From Exporting to Importing the New
UCD Humanities Institute Research Series co-organized by Professor Kathleen James-Chakraborty (Art History & Cultural Policy) and Professor Douglas Smith (School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics).
This research project aims to question some of the ways in which relations between mainstream Western and supposedly peripheral cultures have been dominated by a one-way model of innovation and exportation, flowing irreversibly from Western Europe and North America outwards towards other regions... Read more >>>
Pamela O. Long, Independent Historian, Washington, D.C.,
Bricolagic Practitioners and the Fluid Culture of Skilled Work in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
Nandini Das, Professor of English Literature, University of Liverpool,
Remembering Carthage: Memory, Erasure, and Empire
Tues., 29 Feb 2019
Feng Jiang, Professor & Associate Chair of Department of Architecture, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou.
'Topography as Memory: stories of two recent cases in China
Valerie Mulvin, McCullough Mulvin Architects
Thurs., 8 Feb 2018
6:00pm, Red Room, Richview, University College Dublin School of Architecture