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Lecture "Multiple blindings: Illuminating American urban landscapes, 1880-1910"
- David E. Nye
- donderdag 26 januari 2017
This open lecture is part of the 2017 LUCAS Graduate Conference, whose theme is "Landscape: Interpretations, Relations, and Representations". Prof. D.E. Nye is Professor of American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark. He is the only person who has won all three of the highest awards given by the Society for the History of Technology: The Dexter Book Prize (1993), The Sally Hacker Book Prize (2009), and the Leonard da Vinci Medal (2005). His works include American Technological Sublime (MIT Press, 1994), Narratives and Spaces (New York, 1997), Technologies of Landscape: Reaping to Recycling (Massachusetts, 2000) and The Anti-Landscape (Amsterdam, 2014). He has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize twice.