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"Cities of Capital: Learning from Doreen Massey" - Professor Christine M. Boyer

Organized by Centre for the Future of Places, the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson foundation

The fifth part of our Athena Lecture Series is "Cities of Capital: Learning from Doreen Massey" by professor Christine M. Boyer.

Christine Boyer is a Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at Princeton University, School of Architecture. Boyer is an urban historian whose interests include the history of the city, city planning, preservation planning, and computer science. Before Princeton, she was professor and chair of the City and Regional Planning Program at Pratt Insitute and she has taught at Cooper Union, Columbia University and Harvard University. Professor Boyer received an award from the Department of Art and Archaeology Publication Fund, for publication of Le Corbusier: homme de letters (1910-1947) (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010). Her publications include Dreaming the Rational City: The Myth of American City Planning 1890-1945, Manhattan Manners: Architecture and Style 1850-1900, The City of Collective Memory, and CyberCities.

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Last changed: Jul 08, 2020