Article by Bogdanovic Published in JSAH

“Evocations of Byzantium in Zenitist Avant-Garde Architecture,” an article by Jelena Bogdanovic, associate professor of architecture, has been published in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 75, No. 3, September 2016. JSAH is a leading journal on the history of architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism. The cover page of […]

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Article by Wohl Published in “Progress in Human Geography” Journal

“Considering how morphological traits of urban fabric create affordances for complex adaptation and emergence,” an article by Sharon Wohl, assistant professor of architecture, will be published in the February issue of Progress in Human Geography, a highly ranked journal in geography. The article stems from Wohl’s PhD research work in urban design and […]

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Whitehead – New Design Tech Book

Assistant Professor Rob Whitehead just published the second edition of Design-Tech: Building Science for Architects, a co-authored book with Jason Alread (University of Florida) and Tom Leslie (Iowa State University) through Routledge. The page about the book announces that Design-Tech is an: indispensable, holistic approach to architectural technology that […]

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Bogdanovic – On The Very Edge Book

Assistant Professor Jelena Bogdanovic just published a book as a co-editor with Lilien Filipovitch Robinson (George Washington University) and Igor Marjanovic (Washington University in St. Louis) through Leuven University Press in Leuven, Belgium. The book On the Very Edge is about modernism and modernity in architecture and arts of Interwar Serbia (1918-1941). It […]

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Krukowski Publishes Playa Dust Book

Adjunct Assistant Professor Samantha Krukowski just published an edited book called Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man. The book was released by Black Dog Publishing in London, UK. Below is the description from The answers to the world’s questions about Burning Man, a cult desert festival in the USA that […]

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