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Heather Mellquist Lehto: Secularity and Sacrality in Korean Church Architecture: Designing Authority at SaRang Church

Please join us at Anthropological Inquiry on Oct 7 in the Faculty Lounge (Room 219) on the second floor of Kroeber from 3pm-5pm to discuss Heather Mellquist Lehto's piece with discussant Ian Steele. There will be copious snacks. Please RSVP to Julia Sizek (jsizek@berkeley.edu) or Max Waterman (maxfield.waterman@berkeley.edu) before Oct 6 for a copy of the paper. 

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Date: 
Friday, October 7, 2016 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: 
Faculty Lounge, Kroeber Hall, Room 219

Andrew Shanken at Urban History Working Group

Professor Andrew Shanken (Architecture) will join the urban history working group to present his recent research on the connections between medieval mapping conventions, Radburn New Jersey, ca. 1928, and Carl Sauer's regional geography.  It promises to be fascinating! 

1229 Dwinelle Hall, 2-3:30pm

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Date: 
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location: 
1229 Dwinelle Hall

Urban History Working Group

The Urban History Working Group examines the city, transcending constraints of discipline, time period, and geography.

The Berkeley Urban History Working Group convenes scholars from History, Rhetoric, Geography, and Architecture to study the city across time and space.

Room One Thousand

We seek to explore the bounds and potential of architectural study and its historical and critical implications.

Mission: In response to the spatial and material turn in the humanities, we seek to place in dialogue different perspectives on the built environment. Through a series of meetings, discussions, lectures and events, we aim to explore multiple approaches within and beyond the field of architecture. Ultimately, by engaging professionals and scholars in the humanities and sciences in the study of architecture, we will explore the ways in which different fields intersect with and enrich each other.

 

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