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Kiely to present 'Minoru Yamasaki and the Architecture of Inequality' in Japan

Joss Kiely, a doctoral candidate in the architecture program, will be presenting a paper in Osaka, Japan in April at the Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, "Minoru Yamasaki and the Architecture of Inequality".

In addition to the paper presentation, he will be traveling to Tokyo, Kyoto, Kobe, and Hiroshima to visit sites by Minoru Yamasaki (Sheraton Miyako Hotel, Tokyo and the US Consulate in Kobe) and Kenzo Tange (Olympic Stadium and St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo), and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. The trip is funded by Rackham and Taubman College. Visit the International Academic Forum website for more information on the 2014 Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Mar 17, 2014


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