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Columbia in Manhattanville

Fri, Nov 4, 2016    1pm

A panel discussion celebrating the launch of Columbia in Manhattanville, a new book from Columbia Books on Architecture and the City.

Amale Andraos, Dean, Columbia GSAPP
Caitlin Blanchfield, editor and Ph.D. candidate, Columbia GSAPP
Deborah Cullen-Morales, Director & Chief Curator, The Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University
Reinhold Martin, Professor, Columbia GSAPP
Eric K. Washington, Fellow, Community Scholars Program, Columbia University

Home to the famed Cotton Club, Alexander Hamilton’s grange, the Manhattan Project, and a Studebaker factory, West Harlem has been an ever-transforming pocket of New York City. With the arrival of Columbia University’s Manhattanville expansion, it is now also a site of experimentation in the future of the twenty-first century university. Bringing together conversations with the architects and planners designing the Manhattanville campus, the educators who will inhabit its buildings, and essays from urban and architectural historians, this book both documents the making of Manhattanville and critically engages with the University’s own history of expansion.

Hosted by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City.

Organized by Columbia GSAPP