We are in an unprecedented time of crises – environmental, health, racial and social inequality – that threaten human existence and are intimately linked to the built environment, urban fabric, infrastructure, and architecture.
Tulane School of Architecture Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 virtual lecture series discusses ways of inhabiting the planet from different perspectives, analyzing how architecture intersects with social, racial, environmental, economic, and health issues. Each event proposes a dialogue and examination of architecture with the participation of guest lecturers and respondents, all experts in their fields.
October 19, 2020
Edson G. Cabalfin, PhD (Tulane School of Architecture). Click here for the lecture recording.
October 26, 2020
Jesse M. Keenan, PhD (Tulane School of Architecture). Click here for the lecture recording.
February 1, 2021
Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation/Columbia GSAPP)
February 8, 2021
Daniela Rivero-Bryant, PhD (Tulane School of Architecture). Click here for the lecture recording.
March 1, 2021
Sara Jensen Carr, PhD (A ’03, Northeastern University)
March 8, 2021
Mónica Rivera (Emiliano López Mónica Rivera Arquitectos/Washington University in St. Louis)
March 15, 2021
Kate Orff (SCAPE/ Columbia GSAPP)
March 29, 2021
Bryan Lee Jr. (Colloqate)
April 5, 2021
Albert Pope (Rice Architecture)
To register for upcoming lectures, visit our Events Calendar.
To view past lecture recordings, visit our YouTube page.