Teaching the History of the Built Environment

School of Architecture Faculty Amanda Reeser Lawrence and Lucy Maulsby will be participating in a symposium on teaching the history of the built environment. The symposium is being organized by the New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians & sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History, Tufts University.

Topics will include:

  • Establishing Civic Partnerships and Mobilizing the University Community through Architecture
  • Campus-Specific Architectural Studio and Study: Sharples Dining Hall Renovation at Swarthmore College
  • Mapping the Boston Built Environment: History Pin in the Classroom
  • Looking Without Categorizing: Reinventing Formal Analysis
  • Staging Student Papers: Personal Experience (Gropius House), Collaborative Research: Group Presentation: Final Individual Paper
  • Graduate Students: Reflection on Visual Analysis and Writing

For more info, contact Virginia Raguin: or see the SAH homepage for full conference schedule,


Fri, Oct 04, 2013

3:45 pm-7:30 pm

Free with advanced registration

Tufts University 11 Talbot Ave. Somerville