KIPNIS, Jeff

Architectural Education Symposium: My Thoughts on . . . Architectural Education

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Date: Tuesday 26 October 2004
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 61 mins
Because I value the AA most as one of a very few schools devoted to architecture as a singular mode of life agency, I will attempt in my talk to offer a groundwork for a broad discussion of the problem of educating an architect as a cultural activist as distinct from a service professional. Jeff Kipnis is a critic and theorist, professor at Ohio State University, visiting professor at Columbia University, and founder and former director of the AAGDG, forerunner of the AADRL.


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