The Practice of Teaching Architecture

The aim of this evening is to bring together in conversation various educators to share best practices and to discuss the challenges and opportunities of incorporating online tools into the instruction of architectural history. The format of the evening is designed to encourage discussion rather than presentation, with a focus on sharing knowledge and discussing both specific and general ideas about how best to capitalize on the advantages offered by online teaching. Among the goals of this session is to establish a framework that will be published online and made available as a reference for those teaching architectural history in the digital age.


5:45 PM 

6:00 PM
Introductory Remarks: Amanda Reeser Lawrence Lucy M. Maulsby

6:10–7:00 PM

7:00–7:30 PM
Moderated Discussion

7:30–8:00 PM
Informal conversation and refreshments

Conveners and Moderators:
Assistant Professor Amanda Reeser Lawrence
Assistant Professor Lucy M. Maulsby 

RSVP to Jessie Brandon at
(Reservations suggested though not required)

Sponsored by Northeastern University School of Architecture
Co-sponsor NESAH (New England Society of Architectural Historians) 


Thu, Apr 03, 2014

6:00 pm-7:30 am


206 Egan