Stuckeman School to host international Italian Imprints symposium at Penn State

Jan 08, 2020 340

Nearly 20 international scholars will come together at the Stuckeman Family Building on Penn State's University Park campus later this month to discuss how historians and scholars have processed Italy’s sustained importance for architecture and its history over the 20th century.

Hosted jointly by the Stuckeman School and the Department of Architecture, "Italian Imprints: Issues and Influences in Architecture Culture in the Long Twentieth Century" focuses both on how Italian architects and architecture have influenced architectural ideas and practice around the world, and on cases that throw that same influence into relief.

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