The Monumental, Mundane, and the Moments in Between
Amber Wiley, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of American Studies at Skidmore College in New York. She spent a year abroad as the inaugural Society of Architectural Historians H. Allen Brooks Traveling Fellow and traveled to Mexico, Guatemala, Ghana, Ethiopia, India, and Vietnam. While traveling, she saw the ways that communities create, inhabit, and think about space, and what those interactions reveal about the society in which the spaces are created. Come hear her speak about her adventures and about the intersections of architecture, urbanism, preservation, culture, and public history. A reception will be held at 5pm in the Favrot Lobby. The lecture is at 5:30pm in Richardson Memorial Hall, room 204. This lecture is hosted by MAAC and NOMAS.