Jeffrey Hogrefe

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Associate Professor Humanities & Media Studies (718) 636-3790 p (718) 399-4332 f Brooklyn Campus, DeKalb Hall 113

Current Course Listing (8)

19/FA-HMS-200B-01 Advanced Literary and Critical Studies For Architecture Students I

19/FA-HMS-325C-01 Reporting the City

20/SP-HMS-460S-02 Special Topics in Performance & Performance Studies

19/FA-HMS-497B-04 Research Writing for Architecture Students

19/FA-HMS-497B-23 Research Writing for Architecture Students

20/SP-HMS-498B-03 Advanced Transdisciplinary Writing

20/SP-HMS-498B-12 Advanced Transdisciplinary Writing

20/SP-HMS-560S-03 Special Topics in Performance & Performance Studies


B.A., University of California at Berkeley.


Author, critic, and founding coordinator of the Pratt School of Architecture’s Writing Program: Language/Making. Recipient of grants from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the US Department of Education Fund for Improvement of Post Secondary Education. Active participant as a presenter and contributor to publications at the Modern Language Association, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Association for Study of Art of the Present and the International Society for the Study of Surrealism. Creator of the Abolitionist Landscape Project, a cultural remapping of the Potomac RIver Valley and with Scott Ruff, of the forthcoming In Search of African American Space.