This year's theme for our lecture series is
Designing the Past: Place, Material, Culture.
More details for each lecture will be posted as they are available. Be sure to mark your calendars early and keep an eye on our social media channels for updates!
Friday, September 15th | 12:00pm | Jackson Street Building
How to get an article published in a top journal
Panel Discussion with
Dr. Galen Newman,Texas A&M, Previous Associate Editor of the Journal of Planning Education and Research
Dr. John Drake, UGA Odum School of Ecology, Associate Editor of the Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B and a Senior Editor of Ecology Letters
Dr. Marshall Shepherd, UGA Geography Department, Previous Editor of the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology and of the Geography Compass
Dr. Jeff Hepinstall-Cymerman, UGA Warnell School of Forestry, Associate Editor for Landscape Ecology
Dr. Stephen Ramos, UGA College of Environment + Design, Associate Editor for Planning Perspectives
Wednesday, September 27th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
Landscape and Memory
Lecture by Sierra Bainbridge, Senior Principal & land MASS Studio Director
Wednesday, October 4th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
Making Humanity Urban: The Second Urban Revolution
Lecture by Robert Fishman, Professor of Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Wednesday, October 11th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
Georgia’s Fallen Giants: Celebrating American Chestnuts through scale, sculpture, and whimsy
Lecture by Cameron Berglund, Lecturer of Landscape Architecture in the College of Environment and Design
Wednesday, October 12th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
Architecture of the last colony
Lecture by Mark McDonald, Retired Director of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation
Wednesday, November 15th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
Brecht's Trees: Memory, Politics and Nature in the Writing of German playwright Bertolt Brecht
Lecture by Martin Kagel, Associate Provost for Global Engagement at the University of Georgia
Monday, November 20th | 4:30pm | Jackson Street Building
In Search of Identity: Bulgarian Postwar and Postsocialist Architecture
Lecture by Aneta Vasileva, Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the College of Environment and Design
Aneta Vasileva, M.Arch, Ph.D., is an architectural historian, critic and publicist. Aneta specializes in post-WWII architecture, socialist architecture and preservation of architectural heritage. She is a contributor to the EU Programme ATRIUM (Architecture of Totalitarian Regimes of the XXth Century in Urban Management), a member of A10 New European Architecture Cooperative and a co-founder at WhAT Association, dealing with organization of architectural competitions and architectural criticism.
Spring Lecturers to be announced
Check back soon for more details!
Past lectures:Review the list here