Paul H. Kidder
Seattle University philosophy professor Paul H. Kidder this evening celebrates publication of his newest book, Minoru Yamasaki and the Fragility of Architecture (Routledge) with this virtual presentation. This amply illustrated book is a searching look at Minoru Yamasaki’s life and work, which spanned pivotal moments in both U.S. architectural and national history. Seattle has some interesting history here, as well - including iconic Seattle structures such as the Pacific Science Center, the IBM Building, and Rainier Tower - all with the hand of Minoru Yamasaki and his associates involved. Paul Kidder, PhD. is Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University. He is also the author of
Gadamer for Architects. This event will be Live Captioned.
Presented by Seattle University College of Arts and Sciences and the Elliott Bay Book Company