Taubman College

Lecture Series / Wallenberg Lectures

Raoul Wallenberg Lecture at Taubman College

The Raoul Wallenberg Lecture was initiated in 1971 by Sol King, a former classmate of Wallenberg's. An endowment was established in 1976 for an annual lecture to be offered in Raoul's honor on the theme of architecture as a humane social art. The following distinguished architects and historians have been invited to present the Wallenberg lectures at Taubman College.

2014Rachel Armstrong
2013Ingrid Carlberg
2012David Adjaye
2011Alejandro Zaero Polo
2010Richard Sennett
2009Alejandro Aravana
2007Dan Solomon
2006Hal Foster
2005Donlyn Lyndon
2004Saskia Sassen
2001Rafael Moneo
2000Michael Benedikt
1999Kenneth Frampton
1998Richard Sennett
1997Michael Sorkin
1996Vincent Scully
1995Daniel Libeskind
1994Jorge Silvettt
1993James Ingo Freed
1992Denise Scott Brown
1991Joseph Esherick
1990Elizabeth Hollander
1989J. Max Bond, Jr.
1988Spiro Kostof
1987Joseph Rykwert
1985Grady Clay
1984Charles Correa
1983Edmund Bacon
1981Carl Levin
1979James Marston Fitch
1978Jacob Bakema
1976Rudolf Arnheim
1975Reyner Banham
1973Eric Larabee
1971Sir Nikolaus Pevsner