Fall 2021 Sciame Lecture Series: Mariana Mogilevich
The Invention of Public Space
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Online - Zoom meeting
Please join us for the new SCIAME Lecture Series, titled Architectures of Care. "The Invention of Public Space" will feature Mariana Mogilevich.
Free and open to the public - Register below.
Mariana Mogilevich is a historian who writes and produces public projects on the makings and meanings of urban environments. Her book The Invention of Public Space: Designing for Inclusion in Lindsay’s New York was published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2020. She is editor in chief of Urban Omnibus at the Architectural League of New York and has taught architectural and urban history at New York University, Princeton University, Pratt Institute and Cornell University.
Series Theme -- Architectures of Care: In a world riven by inequality and indifference, care-work has become essential and highly visible in its capacity to create more sustainable worlds. How can architecture support and nurture care work and the values of cooperation and commoning that go with the recognition of care as an essential form of labor? Convened by Spitzer faculty Cesare Birignani and Vyjayanthi Rao, “Architectures of Care” explores the notion of care and the ways in which architecture might contribute to repairing built environments and social fabrics.
Sciame Lecture Series with additional funding provided by the Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture Fund.
Speaker photo credit: Princeton University