random thoughts on architecture history theory and criticism

“collecting the nation” at sah 2015

fellow archinerds, i’m discussing pleistocene bones, iron structures, and the first inhabitants of the americas, all in twenty minutes or so! come hear about the geopolitics of the 19th century extermination of the 14,500 BCE tehuelche and its links to railroad networks, glyptodon skeletons, the pampas, charles darwin, and the natural history museum of la plata. it’s all brand new research so it’s pretty scattered, but i’m hoping to make a good pitch for it (with some pretty serious arguments, despite my tone here). and it *may* include more images like this one here. i’m on friday morning in the manifest panel, bigger than big: american matter out of scale, you can find my abstract here.


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