FIORI, Jorge/Robert MAXWELL/Brett STEELE

Architectural Education Symposium: Graduate Education

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Date: Thursday 4 November 2004
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Running time: 75 mins
What are the long-term consequences of the growth of graduate education at the AA? How can the Graduate and Undergraduate Schools be better integrated? Jorge Fiori is a sociologist specialising in housing and urban development. He teaches in the Graduate School Housing and Urbanism programme at the AA. Robert Maxwell began practising as an architect in 1950 and joined the staff of the AA in 1958. Between 1962 and 1982 he taught at the Bartlett. In 1982 he was appointed Dean of Architecture at Princeton University and is now an Emeritus Professor of Architecture. He teaches in the Graduate School Histories & Theories programme at the AA. Brett Steele directs the DRL at the AA. He is a partner at D[A]L in London.


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