Detroit 101: History, Race, and Real Estate
Betts Auditorium (6pm) Thomas Sugrue, Dan Kinkead, and Jerry Paffendorf
Detroit 101: Philanthropy & Public Policy
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Don Chen, Ford Foundation
Detroit 101: The Arts of Urban Transition
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) ; Oge Ude, Alexander Quetell, Lauren Wodarski
Detroit 101: Urbanism & Design
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Maurice Cox, Planning Director, City of Detroit
Detroit 101: Art & Image
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Judith Hamera and John Patrick Leary will each present work on Detroit.
M+M Doctoral Colloquium: Erica DiBenedetto + Nathaniel Wolfson + Joseph Bedford
April 28, 2015, N107, Princeton SoA
Book Talk: Justin McGuirk - Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture
Technically Speaking Conversation: Forrest Meggers & John May
Research and development Laboratory as an interface between the School of Architecture, School of Computer Science, School of Engineering, and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy.
City as Loft - Adaptive Reuse as a Resource for Sustainable Urban Development
Martina Baum and Kees Christiaanse discuss their new book.
Since 1997, the Structural Engineers Association of New York and The Museum of Modern Art, together with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton University, have hosted a lecture series in honor of the structural engineer Felix Candela, wh
This lecture series, inaugurated in the 1966-67 academic year with a lecture by R. Buckminster Fuller, was established in memory of Kenneth Kassler by his friends and colleagues.