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Cities participates in 360 on Cuba

In Spring 2015, Gary McDonogh will include a special edition of City 229 Comparative Urbanism –Colonial and Postcolonial Reflections, focussed on Havana, Hong Kong, Belfast and Algiers — within an array of courses that will look at changing Cuban Society.  Other classes in the cluster will be taught by Enrique Sacerio-Gari on Cuban culture and [...]

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October 27 Major’s Tea Monday 4-6 London Room

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October 21 Q &A with Katie Day, Lutheran Seminary, and author of FAITH ALONG THE AVENUE (2013). TBA

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September 26 (DC) Presentation at the National Portrait Gallery by Jeffrey Cohen

within the symposium on Political Portraiture in the United States and France during the Revolutionary and Federal Eras, ca. 1776-1814 Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium, Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.

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September 22 “Muslim Voices of Philadelphia” Thomas 110 7-9pm

Presentation in Conjunction with Scribe Video, Middle Eastern Studies, Mellon Mays and the Bryn Mawr Arabic Program

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Welcome New Faculty!

This has been a year of transitions in terms of new hires and sabbaticals, and we should salute those new faculty joining us and expanding our courses.  They include Anoo Siddiqi (Ph.D NYU) who is here for the year replacing Jeff and Carola, teaching classes on Architecture, Visual Methods, and Mobility as well as joining [...]

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Thomas C. Hubka “Resplendent Synagogue: The Art and Architecture of the Polish Wooden Synogogue”

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Thomas C. Hubka “From Working-Class to Middle-Class: The Transformation of American Housing, 1880-1940″

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Carl Smith “City Water, City LIfe” Fri. Sept. 27, 2013 in DVR at 11:30pm

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Andrew Hare, “After the Disaster: Japan’s Ongoing Efforts to Conserve Cultural Properties”

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