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Lecture poster courtesy Syracuse University School of Architecture

Lecture poster courtesy Syracuse University School of Architecture



The Syracuse University School of Architecture has shared its public speaking information as part of our Get Lectured look at different events in store on campus for the Spring semester.

Oberlander Prize winner Julie Bargmann will visit campus on February 13 as part of the Syracuse Symposium series and be followed by an appearance from Rachely Rotem of MODU, who will deliver the L.C. Dillenback Lecture February 15. She is followed by a lecture from assistant professor Jess Myers on February 16. A workshop with UT Austin SoA Associate Dean Korey Bieg follows on February 22, and the next month begins with a visit from current Harvard Loeb Fellow Adi Kumar on March 1.

March continues with a special presentation on Chinese calligraphy with Shishu Su on March 22. His appearance precedes the The Landscape of Women’s Bodily Autonomy symposium on March 26. Matias del Campo will deliver the M.Arch. Design Research Lecture next on April 4. An exhibition and panel discussion about the school’s 2019 Rwanda Housing Project follows on April 16, and the term ends with the presentation of the Britton Memorial Awards on May 10.

Several other speaking events are taking place at Syracuse’s New York City satellite location throughout the Spring term. You can find out more about the School of Architecture’s public programs here.

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