Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

The Monumental, Mundane, and the Moments in Between

March 11th, 2016
5:30 PM

Richardson Memorial Hall
Room 204

The Monumental, Mundane, and the Moments in Between.

A lecture by Amber N. Wiley.

The lecture begins at 5:30 with a reception beginning at 5:00 PM.

Amber N. Wiley, Ph.D., who previously taught at Tulane, is an Assistant Professor of American studies at Skidmore College after spending a year abroad as the inaugural Society of Architectural Historians H. Allen Brooks Traveling Fellow to Mexico, Guatemala, Ghana, Ethiopia, India, and Vietnam. While traveling, she saw not only the ways that communities create, inhabit, and think about space, but what these interactions reveal about the society in which the space is produced. Come hear her speak about her adventure and these intersections of architecture, urbanism, preservation, culture, and public history.

Amber received her Ph.D. in American Studies from GWU, a Master’s in Architectural history from UVA, Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Virginia School of Architecture, and a B.A. in Architecture from Yale University. She also sits on the board of the Vernacular Architecture Forum and is a member of the National Park System Advisory Board Landmark Committee.

Hosted by MAAC and NOMAS and sponsored by the Tulane School of Architecture, the Stone Center for Latin American STudies, the O, the African Studies Department, and the Center for Global Education.

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