INTRODUCTION OF SYMPOSIUM THEME - 12:00PM


OPENING KEYNOTE LECTURE - 12:15-1:30PM

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Building Race and Nation: Slavery and Antebellum American Civic Architecture

Mabel O. Wilson - Professor of Architecture, Columbia GSAPP


PAPER PRESENTATIONS - 1:30-4:00PM

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"Envy of the Rich": Labor, Race, and Architecture in Leopold Eidlitz's New York

Kathryn Holliday - Associate Professor of Art History, University of Texas at Arlington

Presentation 1:30-2:00PM | Question & Answer 2:00-2:15PM


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Frank Lloyd Wright, White Labor and the Art and Craft of the Machine

Joanna Merwood-Salisbury - Associate Dean and Professor of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington

Presentation 2:15-2:45PM | Question & Answer 2:45-3:00PM


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An Aesthetic Imperialism: Locating the Transnational Contexts of Bernard Maybeck’s East Bay Style

Charles L. Davis II - Assistant Professor of Architectural History and Criticism, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presentation 3:00-3:30PM | Question & Answer 3:30-3:45PM


CLOSING COMMENTS (with Audience) 3:45-4:00PM


CLOSED SESSION FOR PRESENTERS - 4:00-5:00PM


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Where Was Jim Crow? Living in Wright’s America

Dianne Harris - Senior Program Officer, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

(This talk will take place in the Elenor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion at the Darwin D. Martin House Complex.)


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