Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic to speak Feb. 6

Author: Tim Masterton


Robert Campbell, a Pulitzer Prize winner and veteran architecture critic for the Boston Globe, will present a lecture titledWhy Dont the Rest of Us Like the Buildings the Architects Like?at4:30 p.m.Feb. 6 (Monday) in Room 104 of Bond Hall at the University of Notre Dame.

Sponsored by Notre DamesSchoolofArchitecture, the presentation is free and open to the public.

Campbell, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for distinguished architecture criticism, will offer his reflections and observations after 30 years writing for the Globe and other publications. His honors include the medal for criticism from the AmericanInstituteofArchitectsand the Award of Honor from theBostonSociety of Architects.

Campbellhas been architecture critic since 1972 for the Globe, where he writes criticism, news stories, opinion pieces and feature articles about all aspects of architecture.He also has been a practicing architect since 1975, chiefly as a consultant for the improvement or expansion of cultural institutions inBoston.

The presentation is part of theSchoolofArchitectures 2005-06 lecture seriesArchitecture and its Allied Disciplines.More information on the series can found online at http://architecture.nd.edu .

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