Catherine Ingraham

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Professor Graduate Architecture & Urban Design cingraha@pratt.edu (718) 399-4327 p Brooklyn Campus, Higgins Hall North 1ST FL

Current Course Listing (7)

18/FA-ARCH-648-01 Directed Research

18/FA-ARCH-651-01 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

18/FA-ARCH-651-02 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

18/FA-ARCH-651-03 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

18/FA-ARCH-651-01 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

18/FA-ARCH-651-02 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

18/FA-ARCH-651-03 H/T 1: Six Crises of Representation in Architecture

Education

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University;
M.A., Johns Hopkins University;
B.A., St Johns College Nm

Biography

Chair of Graduate Architecture, Pratt Institute 1999-2005. Editor, Assemblage, 1991-98. Author, Architecture, Animal, Human (Routledge Press, 2006) and Architecture and the Burdens of Linearity (Yale University Press, 1998). Recipient, New York State Council on the Arts grant 2007; Canadian Center for Architecture research fellowship, 2005; Graham Foundation grants 1987 and 2005; NEA grant 1992; SOM research fellowship, Chicago, 1988-90; MacDowell Colony residencies (4) 2001-2007. Winner, with Laurie Hawkinson, of design competition for Museum of Women's History, Battery Park City, New York 2001. Author of over fifty articles on architectural theory and history published in academic journals, book collections and other publications. Invited lectures, seminars, symposia at over sixty national and international universities. Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University 1991 and 1993; Graduate School of Architecture, Columbia University 1989 and 1990. Editor, with Marco Diani, of Restructuring Architectural Theory (Northwestern University Press, 1988)