Architectural History and Theory workshop at Columbia University and library research at Yale

Arrived in the US last night – my first visit for a while – to take part in an Architectural History and Theory workshop at Columbia University. It’s a small workshop with PhD students, discussing my writing and current research. The idea is that we discuss my work on territory – particularly in relation to Shakespeare and terrain – in the first part, and then the work on Foucault in the second part. It’s a short visit, but I’m spending the first couple of days at Yale University to use the library and one of their collections in particular, and then will probably use the remaining work time in New York to use the wonderful library at Columbia.

[Update: the workshop is closed – just for Columbia PhD students]

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One Response to Architectural History and Theory workshop at Columbia University and library research at Yale

  1. dmf says:

    “Geographer Katharyne Mitchell how a radical geography helps us see the neoliberal world clearly – from the spatial dimensions of inequality that exist beyond the illusions of economic freedom and choice, to the ways our understanding of time and space have been co-opted by the logic of global capitalism, and how we can win them back.
    Katharyne is author of Making Workers: Radical Geographies of Education from Pluto Press

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