Spring 2019 Public Programs

Discursive Practices

Discursive Practices public programs poster

Published January 10, 2019

DISCURSIVE PRACTICES presents the work of architects, urban planners, preservationists and historians whose approach to design bridges multiple territories of knowledge to create new work.

Their provocations operate on discourses that simultaneously have long historical traditions and are actively evolving in the present. By acknowledging and engaging with the cultural and institutional basis of inherited knowledge systems, these speakers challenge reductive modes of analysis and reveal openings for expanding the social reach and relevance of contemporary design.

AIA and AICP continuing education credits are available. 

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Accessibility and Accommodations

Information on accessibility and accommodations can be found at ap.buffalo.edu/visitor-info

The public lecture series of the School of Architecture and Planning is supported by the following individuals and companies:

AIA Buffalo/WNY | Architectural Resources | CannonDesign |The InnBuffalo  | Lori Duckstein | Mach Architecture | Marc ’92 and Jorrie Bruffett | Pella Window and Door | Viviane Jammal | Will and Nan Clarkson