Questioning Urban Creativity : Montréal, a case study
Inaugural conference of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal
featuring a public lecture by Witold Rybczynski : Two walks with Frederick Law Olmsted
Witold Rybczynski, author of the prizewinning biography of Frederick Law Olmsted, A Clearing in the Distance, spoke about the famous landscape architect's connection to Montreal and Mount Royal, and his earlier life as a sailor, farmer, reporter, editor, civil servant, and mine manager. Rybczynski also took us on two 'walks' through two Olmsted landscapes: Prospect Park in Brooklyn, and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville (North Carolina).
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Celebrating the Life of Jeanne M Wolfe
In April 2010, the School commemorated the life of one of our most important faculty members.
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60/35 ... and counting!
The 60th Anniversary of the founding of Urban Planning as a program within the School of Architecture and the 35th Anniversary of the founding of the school as a stand-alone unit was celebrated during Homecoming 2007 (19-20 October). This event also coincided with the Centenary of the founder of the Urban Planning program, the late Professor Harold Spence-Sales.