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Transcending Architecture: Aesthetics and Ethics of the Numinous. Interdisciplinary Symposium organized by The Catholic University of America School of Architecture and Planning. October 6-8, 2011. Symposium director: Julio Bermudez.

Speakers: Thomas Barrie, AIA (Architecture, North Carolina State University), Karla Britton (Architecture, Yale University), Michael Crosbie, AIA (Editor, Faith & Form), Karsten Harries (Philosophy, Yale University), Lindsay Jones (Center for the Study of Religion, Ohio State University) , Rebeca Krinke (Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota), Juhani Pallasmaa, Honorary FAIA (Pallasmaa Architects, Helsinki, Finland) , Travis Price, AIA (Travis Price Architects), Suzane Reatig, FAIA (Suzane Reatig Architecture), Kevin Seasoltz (Theology, Saint John’s School of Theology-Seminary), Maged Senbel (Community and Regional Planning, Univ of British Columbia), Michael Sheridan (Social Work, Catholic University of America), Duncan G. Stroik (Duncan G. Stroik Architect). Sue Ann Taylor (Anthropology, American University), Richard S. Vosko, Honorary AIA (Richard S. Vosko Consultants), Thomas Walton (Architecture, US General Services Administration), Mark E. Wedig (Theology/Liturgy, Barry University)

Symposium schedule.