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.

Exhibition and Public Workshop, September, 2012

What Is Foreclosed? is a selection of digital excerpts from Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, an architecture exhibition that ran at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City from February 15-August 13, 2012. For that exhibition, five architect-led teams were invited to design an architectural and urban project in suburbs across the United States, focusing on new forms of housing. The projects and the associated research continue to stimulate debate regarding the cultural narratives that have accompanied the home foreclosure crisis and the economic crisis more generally.