Born Under Punches
A lecture from David Goodman
Thursday, February 23, 6:00pm
School of Architecture
David Goodman is Acting Dean, Director of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies and the Master of Architecture, and Professor of Architecture at the IE School of Architecture and Design in Madrid and Segovia, Spain. He holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the IE Business School, specializing in Strategic Management and Organization Theory, with a focus on institutional theory and the creative industries. His current research deals with innovations in architecture practice and production during times of socioeconomic turbulence, and how totalitarian regimes have used the teaching of building methods to construct and institutionalize social inequalities.
Goodman is coauthor of the book An Introduction to Architecture Theory: 1968 to the Present. His work has also appeared in the journals Log, A+T, Journal of Architectural Education, Technology | Architecture + Design, and in the anthologies Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives and Walter Netsch: A Critical Appreciation and Sourcebook. A graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and of Cornell University, Goodman has previously taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Boston Architectural College, as well as working in the office of Rafael Moneo in Madrid and as co-founder of the Chicago-based architecture firm R+D Studio. He likes to run, although, increasingly, his knees do not.
Lectures made possible by the Jean Labatut Memorial Lectures in Architecture and Urban Planning Fund. The School of Architecture, Princeton University, is registered with the AIA Continuing Education (AIA/CE) and is committed to developing quality learning activities in accordance with the AIA/CE criteria. Members of the AIA can log credits for this event by completing the form at the event.