Past Teacher-to-Teacher Workshops

Can We Teach an Anti-Racist Architectural History?

Can We Teach an Anti-Racist Architectural History?

Can We Teach an Anti-Racist Architectural History? A Toolkit for Future Workshops This Toolkit is the result of two events, a Teacher-to-Teacher Workshop and a GAHTC Roundtable, both organized by Irene Cheng, Charles Davis II, Jia Yi Gu, Ana María León and Mabel O. Wilson. Workshop participants inc...

Part 3: Global Visions on Cities and Historical Pandemics in the 20th Century

Part 3: Global Visions on Cities and Historical Pandemics i...

Teacher to Teacher Workshop Convened by: Mohammad Gharipour & Caitlin DeClercqGlobal Visions on Cities and Historical Pandemics in the 20th CenturyIntroductionOn July 24, 2020, as part of GAHTC’s Zoom-posium and roundtable meetings, Drs. Mohammad Gharipour and Caitlin DeClercq, founders of the ...

Part 4: Cities, Social Equity, and Pandemics in History

Part 4: Cities, Social Equity, and Pandemics in History

Teacher to Teacher Workshop Convened by: Mohammad Gharipour & Caitlin DeClercqCities, Social Equity, and Pandemics in HistoryIntroductionStudying epidemics and their urban responses in history--and today--illuminates the need to recognize the ways in which pandemics, past and present, exploit a...

Part 2: Epidemic Urbanism: Reflections on History

Part 2: Epidemic Urbanism: Reflections on History

Teacher to Teacher Workshop Convened by: Mohammad Gharipour & Caitlin DeClercq1. Urban Life During EpidemicsThe four papers that comprise this session, “Urban life During Epidemics,” collectively examine how epidemic illnesses have exploited and amplified social divisions, and how epidemic inte...

Part 1: Epidemics, Architecture, and Urban Design: Historical and Future Implications

Part 1: Epidemics, Architecture, and Urban Design: Historic...

Teacher to Teacher Workshop Convened by: Mohammad Gharipour & Caitlin DeClercqBackground informationEpidemic illnesses—not only a product of biology, but also social and cultural phenomena—are as old as cities themselves. The recent pandemic of COVID-19 has put into perspective the impact of ep...

Globalizing the Theory Survey

Globalizing the Theory Survey

Workshop AbstractHistory has been twinned with theory in architectural schools since the 1960s. Introductory theory surveys were instituted in many architecture curricula in the late 1980s, in what Harry Francis Mallgrave has called “The Gilded Age of Theory.” They have come increasingly to appear ...

FAAC Your Syllabus

FAAC Your Syllabus

AboutFeminist Art and Architecture CollaborativeFAAC YOUR SYLLABUS: Pedagogy WorkshopNew York, April 21-22, 2018Feminist Workshop SummaryAfter a Call for Participation organized by FAAC (Ana María León, Tessa Paneth-Pollak, Martina Tanga, and Olga Touloumi), fourteen participants were invited to th...

Workshop for Emerging/Junior Scholars

Workshop for Emerging/Junior Scholars

AboutThis Teacher-to-Teacher Workshop is intended to help emerging/junior scholars tackle the rigors of teaching global architectural history at the survey level. The workshop will address two key challenges in this endeavor: first, finding creative and interesting ways to engage the global in arch...