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SA+P hosts collegiate architecture schools

The culminating event of ACSA’s centennial celebration
Edited by Joan Ockman, educator, historian, writer and editor, <i>Architecture School</i> opens with six chronological essays, each devoted to a major period of development from pre-1860 to the present.
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Edited by Joan Ockman, educator, historian, writer and editor, <i>Architecture School</i> opens with six chronological essays, each devoted to a major period of development from pre-1860 to the present.
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The annual meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) was convened at MIT this spring, culminating a series of events associated with the organization’s centennial celebration.

As the centerpiece of its centennial, ACSA launched a major new book at the meeting titled Architecture School: Three Centuries of Educating Architects in North America (MIT Press, 2012), the first comprehensive history of North American architecture education.

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