Theory’s curriculum members

  • Matthew Allen (U. of Toronto)
  • Joseph Bedford (Virginia Tech)
  • Elisa Dainese (Dalhousie U.)
  • Gabriel Fuentes (Kean U.)
  • Antonio Furgiuele (Wentworth)
  • Joseph Godlewski (Syracuse U.)
  • Jeremy Lecomte (ENSA-V)
  • Jake Matatyaou (UCLA)
  • Ginger Nolan (USC)
  • Bryan E. Norwood (Michigan)
  • Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco (Bard)
  • Marrikka Trotter (Sci Arc)

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Submit a Syllabi — If you have syllabi used for teaching classes in architectural theory, please share them with us. In doing so, you will help the discipline understand its recent past, share knowledge of its present practices, and catalyze curricula change to advance ways to teach architectural theory in the future.



Theory’s Curriculum e-flux Symposium

This one–day event addressed who our architectural theory syllabi represent, what theoretical objects or concerns they should address, and why we should continue to teach architectural theory today? The program included the launch and presentation of the e–flux Architecture project, Theory's Curriculum, as well as responses to the project by twelve panelists.

Theory’s Curriculum AA Roundtable

This half–day roundtable addressed presented the Theory's Curriculum e–flux Architecture project to a London audience at the Architectural Association. The program included an introduction to the project by Joseph Bedford and responses by five panelists: Mark Morris, Mollie Claypool, Mario Carpo, Pier Vittorio Aureli, Jane Rendell.

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