Up From Zero: Architecture, Politics and the Rebuilding of New York

Version: Unabridged
Author: Paul Goldberger
Narrator: Paul Goldberger
Genres: Non-Fiction, Politics, American Politics, Lectures
Publisher: Chautauqua Institution/ The Great Lecture Library
Published In: N/A
Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes
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Overview

Paul Goldberger, one of the nation's most eminent writers in the field of architecture, design and urbanism, has been the architecture critic at The New Yorker magazine since July 1997. As The New Yorker's architecture critic, he continues the magazine's celebrated "Sky Line" column, a position once held by Lewis Mumford and more recently by Brendan Gill. He is the author of several books, including the text for The World Trade Center Remembered, which was recently published by Abbeville Press, and Manhattan Unfurled, published by Random House. The title of his lecture is Up From Zero: Architecture, Politics and the Rebuilding of New York.