Sophie Hochhausl, PhD '14 candidate in the Department of History of Architecture and Urban Development, is the organizer of Convivium Conversations: Collected discussions on architecture, urbanism, and cultural production. This publication is a salon-style collection of work that promotes lively discourse on architecture and urbanism, and their relationship to cultural production. The publication is not only a resource for archiving the discussions, interviews, exhibitions, readings and presentations, but is a companion piece to the inherent works. Discussants include undergraduate and graduate students from various departments, alumni artists, architects, Cornell administrators and faculty.
For copies of the publication or more information: http://cornellconvivium.blogspot.com/
Primary organizers are Sophie Hochhausl and Melissa Constantine, who is completing her thesis semester in the M.Arch 1 program.