YSOA Lecture Series

Run by the Dean of the School of Architecture, YSOA’s Lecture Series takes place throughout the autumn and spring terms. As an opportunity to address diverse approaches and methods from today’s manifold architectural landscape, guest speakers include those in practice and academia, from across the world. Recent lectures have included presentations from architects, historians, philosophers, and urbanists.
Unless otherwise noted, all lectures take place in Hastings Hall, in the basement of Rudolph Hall.

For a full schedule of events, click here to access YSOA’s Lectures.


Saskia Sassen
Expulsions

October 08, 2015


Marion Weiss & Michael Manfredi
Public Natures: Evolutionary Infrastructures

October 15, 2015


M J Long
Anatomy of a Shed

November 2, 2015


Elizabeth Danze
Space and Psyche

November 12, 2015


Peter Eisenman & Matthew Roman
Palladio Virtuel
December 3, 2015


Stig L. Andersson
Empowerment of Aesthetics
March 28, 2016


Francine Houben
People, Place, Purpose
March 31, 2016


Zaha Hadid
Current Work
April 7, 2016


Robert AM Stern
Pedagogy and Place: Celebrating 100 Years of Architecture at Yale
April 14, 2016