The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative is dedicated to advancing research and education in the history and theory of architecture. We generate, work-shop, present, and publish innovative scholarship from multidisciplinary perspectives. We are particularly interested in work that foregrounds the multiple ways in which one can understand architecture’s relationship to the world.
Since 2006 the group has held annual or semi-annual workshops and symposia. In 2012, our collected volume Governing by Design: Architecture, Economy, and Politics in the Twentieth Century was published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. We incorporated in 2012 and are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in New York State.
We “aggregate” with collaborators, reviewers, and other interlocutors to prepare books, conferences, and edited journal volumes.
Board of Directors
Daniel M. Abramson (Boston University), Treasurer
Zeynep Çelik Alexander (University of Toronto)
Lucia Allais (Princeton University)
Arindam Dutta (MIT)
Edward Eigen (Harvard University)
John Harwood (University of Toronto)
Timothy Hyde (MIT), Chair
Pamela Karimi (The University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth)
Jonathan Massey (California College of the Arts)
M. Ijlal Muzaffar (RISD)
Michael Osman (UCLA)
Meredith TenHoor (Pratt Institute), Editor
Anthony Acciavatti, Daniel Barber, Cammy Brothers, Ana María León Crespo, Justin Fowler, Orit Halpern, Matthew C. Hunter, Ateya Khorakiwala, John J. May, Ayala Levin, Fabiola López-Durán, Nikki Moore, Albert Narath, Ginger Nolan, Mark Rakatansky, Lukasz Stanek, Anna Vallye
Adrienne Brown, Julia Christensen, Joseph Clarke, Pawan Dhingra, Sebastiaan Faber, Antonio Furgiuele, Rania Ghosn, Brian Goldstein, Sharon Haar, Frances Hasso, Sean Keller, Matthew Lasner, Jesse LeCavalier, Reinhold Martin, Daniel B. Monk, Michelle Murphy, Todd Palmer, Emmanuel Pratt, Elihu Rubin, Michelangelo Sabatino, Sara Stevens, Jordan Suter, Amy Thomas, Katherine Thomson-Jones, Cary Wolfe
Dianne Harris, Krister Holmes, Peter Kracht, Jacob Moore, Jonathan D. Solomon, Gwendolyn Wright