Reinhold Martin, Jacob Moore, and Susanne Schindler in conversation with students and faculty, accompanied by a reception.
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Reinhold Martin is Associate Professor of Architecture in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, where he directs the PhD program in architecture and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture. He is a member of Columbia’s Institute for Comparative Literature and Society as well as the Committee on Global Thought. His work centers on histories of space, power, and the aesthetic imagination, particularly as mediated by technical infrastructures. Related areas of research include architecture and epistemology, globalization and cities, and media history.
Jacob Moore is a critic, curator, and editor based in New York. Most immediately prior to joining the Buell Center, he worked as an editor at Princeton Architectural Press. Drawing on experience in international development and publishing, his work focuses on architecture’s engagement with processes of globalization and its concurrent capacity for the generation of public knowledge related to these topics. Moore received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Columbia College at Columbia University, and a Masters of Science in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture from Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
Susanne Schindler is an architect and writer focused on the intersection of policy and design in housing. She is a co-author of Growing Urban Habitats: Seeking a New Housing Development Model (2009), and a founding co-editor of the peer-reviewed Candide: Journal for Architectural Knowledge. Susanne teaches design at Parsons The New School for Design and Columbia University, and is an adjunct associate research scholar at Columbia’s Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture.
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