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Best exhibition proposal from AH100 wins class contest
Professor La Follette chose the exhibition proposal by students Abby Robinson, Krystal Otis, Liana Rice, Nina Vo, and Andrea Sanchez as the winner of the course contest. Congrats!
January 23, 2024
Students join “Untold Stories” Authors for Discussion and Lunch
On November 10, 2023, UMass welcomed Henriette Steiner and Svava Riesto, authors of Untold Stories: Women, Gender, and Architecture in Denmark , for a panel discussion based on their book, which tells a new story about twentieth-century architecture in Denmark.
December 6, 2023