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Michael Abrahamson is a PhD Candidate in History and Theory of Architecture at the University of Michigan. Prior to his enrollment at Michigan, he taught architectural design, theory, and history at Kent State University. Michael is a US correspondent for Architectural Review, and has also published criticism in San Rocco, One:Twelve, and Fulcrum (AA). He is a frequent contributor to CLOG, and guest edited their February 2013 issue on Brutalism. He also operates a Tumblr blog called Fuck Yeah Brutalism.
Air Rights: an exhibit by Drone Research Lab, Fri, Oct 18 '13
The printed catalog for “Air Rights” – an exhibition by the Drone Research Lab (DRL) at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning – begins with a Bartlett's-worthy quote from R. Buckminster Fuller: “You never change things by fighting the existing ...
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Graduate Student Instructor/Graduate Student Research Assistant
Courses: Architectural History 1 & 2, Theories of Architecture, Nineteenth & Twentieth Century Architecture
Kent State University, Adjunct Faculty Member
Courses: First Year Design Studio I & II, Architecture History II, UG Seminar on Brutalism, Urban Design Theory, Portfolio Design
University of Michigan, PhD, History and Theory of Architecture
The Ohio State University, Masters, Architecture Criticism
Kent State University, BArch, Architecture
Bentley Historical Library Graduate Student Research Fellowship, Grant
"Projecting an Equal Future: Gunnar Birkerts and Tougaloo College, 1965-1974"