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Lecturers who have visited the School in the past year include architects, landscape architects, artists, historians, critics and preservationists of national and international achievement:

Spring 2014

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

Fall 2012

Spring 2012

Fall 2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

Recent visits in prior semesters include Ken Yeang, Mary Bergstein, Greg Pasquarelli, Jeff Talman, Nader Tehrani, Marlon Blackwell, Joy Garnett, Francisco Liernur, Joeb Moore, Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, Robert Siegel, Scott Simpson, Hernan Maldonado, Max Rohm, Francisco Sanin, Michelle Addington, Pamela Hawkes, Gerard Smulevich, Elisabeth de Bievre, Charles Hagenah, Carol Burns, Tayo Heuser, Suha Ozkan, John Onians, Brian Healy, Alexander Nemerov,  Carolee Schneeman, Bruno Pfister, Yung Ho Chang, Francisco Mangado, Jeanne Gang, Flavio Janches, Maryann Thompson, Janet Pihlblad, Natasha Sandmeier, Raj Rewal, Rodrigo Perez de Arce, and Tadeusz Barucki.

Historic Preservation Endowed Events Series

A generous anonymous gift supports Historic Preservation Events at the School, complemented by additional support from the Felicia Fund, the Newport Restoration Foundation, the Amica Foundation, and individual donors. Currently, the Historic Preservation Endowed Events Fund supports a lecture each semester in the SAAHP Public Events Series, which in recent years have included Scott Simpson, FAIA of Kling Stubbins, Boston, Jean Carroon, FAIA of Goody Clancy Boston, Gustavo Arroz, AIA of US/ICOMOS, and others. Funds have been used to support the School’s International Fellows Program Summer Conference, RWU’s hosting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, and scholars-in-residence.

Mutual Influence Endowed Resource Series

The school’s faculty and students engage each semester in an evening lecture open to all faculty and students, and a lunchtime faculty discussion series, where faculty share work-in-progress and recent achievements. The series is made possible by an endowment established by Ganteaume and McMullen Architects.