"Reconceptualizing the History of the Built Environment in North America," a conference presented by Harvard University's Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History. Keynotes by Robert Fishman, Dell Upton, Gwendolyn Wright. Sessions on "Reconsidering Race in the Built Environment" (Dianne Harris, Jeff Melnick, Wendell Pritchett), "Thinking Comparatively about the American Built Environment" (Jeffry Diefendorf, Nancy Stieber, Despina Stratigakos), "Going Public with the Built Environment" (Daniel Bluestone, Dolores Hayden, Camilo Jose Vergara), and a final roundtable (Daniel M. Abramson, Robin Bachin, Homi Bhabha, Paul Groth, Greg Hise, Martha McNamara, Anne Whiston Spirn). April 29-30, 2005. Location: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St., Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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