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[CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007]CED Visiting Professor Lectures, 2007

The Tennessee Valley authority: design and persuasion / Tim Culvahouse (Friedman visiting professor) -- Territorial tactics / Jeannette Kuo (Maybeck fellow) Lectures presented by Friedman visiting professor Tim Culvahouse and Maybeck visiting fellow, Jeannette Kuo. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 21, 2007. 74 min.

[Celik, Zeynep] Hidden Faces of Modernism

A lecture by noted architect Zeynep Celik, professor in the School of Architecture at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Lecture is accompanied by slides of recent and past projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 22, 2003. 67 min.

[Choksombatchai, Raveevarn] Gray Matters

A lecture presented by Raveevarn Choksombatchai, associate professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and partner of VeeV Studio in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 21, 2007. 50 min.

[Chomsky, Noam] Naturalism and Dualism in the Study of Language and Mind

Lecture taped by the Office of Media Services, University of California, Berkeley. Noam Chomsky, noted professor of linguistics, expounds upon the unification of linguistics with the natural sciences and dualism versus the scientific approach in the philosophy of language. U.C. Berkeley, April 5, 1994. 100 min.

[Cloepfil, Brad] The Projects of Allied Works

A lecture presented by architect Brad Cloepfil of the Portland, Oregon firm Allied Works. The 2002 Howard A. Friedman Visiting Professor at UCB, Cloepfil discusses the firm's projects including the designing and building of the museum The Forum for Contemporary Art in St. Louis, Missouri. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 16, 2002. 70 min.

[Coen, Shane]The New Landscape of Collaboration

This lecture is presented by Shane Coen of the firm Coen + Partners, a nationally renowned landscape architecture practice with studios in Minneapolis and New York City.This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 12, 2009. 70 min.

[Crawford, Margaret]Unfinished Business: Thirty Years Later

A lecture by Margaret Crawford, professor of Urban Design and Planning Theory at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She teaches courses in the history and theory of urban development, planning and design with her research interests focusing on the evolution, uses and meanings of urban space. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 29, 2003. 59 min.

[Creedon, Roddy and Till, Gretchen]The Importance of Remembering The National AIDS Memorial Design Competition.

Presentation: Roddy Creedon, Gretchen Till ; panelists: Walter Hood, Reed Kroloff, Ken Ruebuch, Roddy Creedon. Presentation and panel discussion by jurors from the National Aids Memorial Design Competition, an open competition inviting architects to design a memorial for the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 6, 2005. 86 min.

[Crompton, Dennis]Archigram Experimental Architecture, 1961-74 and Beyond

A lecture by Dennis Crompton of the London based architectural group Archigram, that influenced a generation of architects and city planners all over the world. Their passion for alternative futures was inspired by new technologies and materials, the explosion in mass media and communicatin, and the leisure class they predicted would follow. All their projects were presented in colorful "pop style" which challenged the serious and institutional approach favored by architects until then. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on March 22, 2006. 117 min.

[Crousse, Jean Pierre and Barclay, Sandra]Between the Desert and the Ocean

A lecture presented in the UCB Latin America Now series, which is devoted to the work of a new generation of Latin American architects. This program features a lecture by Peruvian architects Sandra Barclay and Jean Pierre Crousse, of the firm Barclay & Crousse Architecture in Lima, Peru. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 8, 2006. 74 min.

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