AAP Launchpad: 1 Evening, 3 Departments, 6 Books

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Join us on Thursday, April 14 from 5:30–7:30 p.m. in Milstein Hall Dome for AAP Launchpad: 1 Evening, 3 Departments, 6 Books — a special book launch event showcasing recent publications by AAP faculty. Hear brief, informal talks from each of the authors followed by the opportunity to meet them, as well as browse and buy their books.

Enjoy food and drinks at the welcome reception starting at 5:30 p.m. followed by faculty presentations (Pecha Kucha) at 6 p.m.

Guests must register prior to attending the event.

The Authors

Esra Akcan (Architecture), Abolish Human Bans: Intertwined Histories of Architecture

Greg Keeffe, Eduardo Terán (M.S. AAD '23) (Architecture), Sink or Swim

Caroline O'Donnell, José Ibarra (B.Arch. '16) (Architecture), Werewolf: The Architecture of Lunacy, Shapeshifting, and Material Metamorphosis

Sophie Oldfield (CRP), What Is Critical Urbanism?

Paul Ramírez Jonas (Art), Monuments Now

David Salomon (Architecture), Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural


Featured Books 

View books and volumes written and edited by AAP faculty. For more information click on the covers below.

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