Elizabeth Keslacy is an architecture historian and theorist whose research explores the museology of architecture, the history of architecture education and professionalisation, and the history of ideas in architecture. She is currently at work on a monograph tracing the history of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum entitled When Decoration Became Design. Her work has been published in the Journal of Architectural Education, Footprint, Thresholds and Lotus International. Keslacy teaches architectural design and history at Miami University in Oxford, OH. She earned a M.Arch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture and a PhD in architecture history and theory from the University of Michigan.
To meet the demand for some populair sold-out editions of OASE, 5
issues have been scanned and re-released as e-books. It concerns OASE
numbers 45, 54, 63, 65 and 78. These are for sale via nai010 Publishers for € 14,95 per issue.
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THE NEW DEADLINE FOR HANDING IN YOUR ABSTRACT FOR OASE #112 IS: 15 JUNE 2021
OASE editors Bart Decroos, Sereh Mandias, Elsbeth Ronner and Kornelia Dimitrova wrote a Call for Abstracts for OASE #112 with the theme “Ecological Aesthetics”. This
issue of OASE is interested in contributions that investigate the role
of aesthetics in contemporary ecological practices and discourses in
architecture. Deadline is 15 June 2021. Read the full text of the OASE #112 Call for Abstracts in the pdf-files below.