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Ikem S. Okoye

​​Professor Ikem S. Okoye gave a lecture at the University of Virginia titled "A Glare from African History: Contemporary Euro/American Architecture and a Hole in the Road at Onitsha," to a joint audience of the McIntire Department of Art's Linder Center for Art History, and the School of Architecture. The following morning, he led a joint seminar of graduate students in Art History and History of Architecture. The lecture explored how, for a West African city and its vicinity (Onitsha) famed as much in the 1920s as today for its vanguard modern and contemporary artists and architects, a mere pothole in a road at the outskirts of the city has, instead, become theoretical anchor for influential contemporary American and European architectural theory.

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Professor Ikem S. Okoye spoke on "A Glare from African History: Contemporary Euro/American Architecture and a Hole in the Road at Onitsha"

Professor Ikem S. Okoye spoke on "A Glare from African History: Contemporary Euro/American Architecture and a Hole in the Road at Onitsha"​

11/29/2012
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  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
  • arthistory@udel.edu