The biennial Dissertation Colloquium brings together a select group of doctoral students from diverse institutional and disciplinary backgrounds working on dissertation topics related to the history, theory, and criticism of American architecture, urbanism, and landscape. 

The Buell Conference on the History of Architecture brings together scholars in architectural and urban history to discuss topics in architecture, urbanism, and modernity as broadly understood.

On a textured, tall vertical purple background, white text reads: "GREEN RECONSTRUCTION: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment." Institutional information for the Buell Center is in small text at the bottom.

September 21st, 6:30pm, Wood Auditorium

On September 21st the Buell Center marked the release of Green Reconstruction: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment, with a discussion between editor Reinhold Martin, GSAPP's Interim MArch Program Director Mario Gooden, GSAPP's Director of Urban Planning Weiping Wu, and respondent Quilian Riano, Interim Dean of Pratt Institute‚Äôs School of Architecture.

Released digitally and in print, Green Reconstruction: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment is available for no cost to anyone interested in the relationship between curricular and societal change. The PDF is available for download here, and the print edition can be requested here.

Reinhold Martin stands at a podium introducing the book

Mario Gooden presenting at the podium

Quilian Riano sitting at the table moderating the discussion

Weiping Wu sits next to Reinhold Martin and participates in the group discussion