Ph.D. candidate Nikki Moore
was named one of the ten Ph.D. students selected worldwide to present a chapter of her dissertation, "The Aesthetics of the Green Revolution: Architecture, Art and the Agrilogistics of Transnational Aid from the United States to the Caribbean Region, 1930-1978," at the 2019 Buell Dissertation Colloquium
at Columbia University in New York City. The Colloquium will be held on May 3-4, 2019, at Columbia University's Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture.
The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture is part of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. The purpose of the nearly quarter-century-old Buell Dissertation Colloquium is to provide a forum for discussing significant new work by emerging scholars.
Image: Scientist and members of the Rockefeller Foundation visit finished sections of the newly expanded campus of the National School of Agriculture, in Texcoco, Mexico. The expansion was designed by C. William Brubaker of Perkins + Will, Chicago, in partnership with Alvarez y Carral, Mexico City. Photo by Neil Mac Lellan, Dec. 8, 1966. Image Credit: Rockefeller Archive Center, Collection: FA003, 100-1000 Photographs, Series 323D, Box 96, Folder 1888.