The History and Theory Open Lecture Series for the academic year 2017/2018 begins today, with Peg Rawes‘ lecture “Housing, Biopolitics, and Care”.
When: Tuesday, 6th February, 18:00
Where: Robin Evans Room (M416), Marylebone Campus
Peg Rawes is a Professor in Architecture and Philosophy, Programme Director of the MA Architectural History, and a PhD Supervisor for Architectural Design and Architectural History and Theory PhD Programmes at the Bartlett, UCL. Trained in art history and philosophy, her research and teaching focus on material, political, technological and ecological histories and theories of contemporary architecture and art. She regularly gives talks in the UK, EU and overseas, and has recently been invited to give lectures at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, University of Regensburg, University of Minnesota, Iowa State University, The British School in Rome, KTH Stockholm, London School of Economics, KADK Copenhagen and TU Delft.
Other speakers in the series will include:
- 20th February, 17:15, M416: Emma Cheatle (Newcastle University) “As/saying Architecture: A Ficto-Spatial Essay of Lying-in”
- 27th February, 18:00, M416: Tilo Amhoff (University of Brighton) “Architectural History and Theory Between Labour and Capital, 1967-1977”
- 6th March, 18:00, M416: Lindsay Bremner, Andrew Peckham, Douglas Spencer (University of Westminster) “On Archipelago: Three Perspectives”
- 13th March, 18:00, M416: Mark Dorrian (University of Edinburgh) “Auto-Affection: On Michael Webb’s Sin Centre and the Drawing of Mobility”