AAP Launchpad: 1 Evening, 3 Departments, 11 Books

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Join us on Monday, October 25, 5–7 p.m., in Milstein Hall Dome for AAP Launchpad: 1 Evening, 3 Departments, 11 Books — a special book launch event showcasing recent publications by AAP faculty. Hear Pecha Kucha sessions of brief, informal talks from each of the authors, meet the writers, and browse and buy books. Enjoy "Bubbles in the Bubbles" — refreshments and food in the Duane and Dalia Stiller Arcade between Milstein and Sibley halls.

Welcome drinks at 5 p.m. followed by faculty presentations (Pecha Kucha) starting at 5:30 p.m.

The Authors

Sara Bronin (CRP), Bronin and Byrne's Historic Preservation Law, 2d ed 

Kieran Donaghy (CRP), The Co-evolution of Commodity Flows, Economic Geography, and Emissions

John Forester (CRP), How Spaces Become Places: Place Makers Tell Their Stories

Felix Heisel (Architecture), Urban Mining and Circular Construction

Jonathan Ochshorn (Architecture), Building Bad: How Architectural Utility is Constrained by Politics and Damaged by Expression

Caroline O'Donnell, Dillon Pranger (Architecture), The Architecture of Waste: Design for a Circular Economy

Carl Ostendarp (Art), Greatest Hits: Exhibition Catalogue Kunstverein Heilbronn

Barry Perlus (Art), Celestial Mirror

Kayla Romberger (Art), Publishing as Practice

Dan Torop (Art), ASMR4, Vol. 8: Clear Comfort: Photographs from the Alice Austen Archive

Peter van Assche, Dillon Pranger (Architecture), Eight Strategies for Circular Design

Attendance is open to the public and Cornell community with advanced registration and required COVID-19 measures.*

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