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SAH Study Day at The
New York Botanical Garden

September 25, 2015
AIA CES: 4 LU

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Part of SAH's American Architecture and Landscape Field Trip Program, this new initiative is designed to inspire students to embrace the history of architecture.

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SAH FIELD SEMINAR

Architecture in the Rio de la Plata Basin: Between Tradition and Cosmopolitanism

September 1-12, 2015

AIA CES 45 LU/HSW

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On Teaching, Traveling, and Learning: Brooks Fellowship Summary

By Amber N. Wiley | July 13, 2015

Seeing the U.S. with new eyes

When I began my teaching career at the Tulane School of Architecture I had a specific challenge ahead of me: re-fashioning a course entitled “History of Architecture: Ancient to Medieval” that previously centered on the Western tradition to one that had a global focus. This meant including more sites outside Europe: those found in Central and South America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia. Suddenly the textbooks I was most familiar with, from surveys in undergrad and pursuing my masters, would not suffice.
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