Anthony Vidler

Anthony Vidler

Visiting Professor
Historian and critic, Anthony Vidler is the former Dean of Cooper Union School of Architecture, before which he taught at Princeton and UCLA. His most recent books include The Scenes of the Street and Other Essays (Monacelli Press, 2011), James Frazer Stirling: Notes from the Archive (Yale Press, 2010), and Histories of the Immediate Present: Inventing Architectural Modernism (MIT Press, 2008).
Education
BA Cambridge University
DiplArch Cambridge University
PhD Technical University Delft

Courses

3011a
Fall 2019
Modern Architecture and Society
Anthony Vidler
3286a
Fall 2018
Architecture after the Rain: Theory and Design in the Post-Atomic Age
Anthony Vidler
3022b
Spring 2018
Architectural Theory II: 1968–Present
Anthony Vidler, Marta Caldeira, David Turturo
3282b
Spring 2018
Effect/Affect: Theories and Practices of Architectural Experience 1750–2020
Anthony Vidler
3022b
Spring 2017
Architectural Theory II: 1968–Present
Anthony Vidler, Marta Caldeira, Skender Luarasi
3279b
Spring 2017
Utopics: Utopias, Dystopias, Technotopias, and Heterotopias in Architecture and Urbanism, 1945–2001
Anthony Vidler
3022b
Spring 2016
Architectural Theory II: 1968–Present
Anthony Vidler, Ioanna Angelidou, Skender Luarasi
3273b
Spring 2016
The Architectural Surface: Figure, Form, Ambiance
Anthony Vidler
3299b
Spring 2016
Independent Course Work
Anthony Vidler, Nicola Suthor, Michael Szivos
3022b
Spring 2015
Architectural Theory II: 1968–Present
Anthony Vidler, Marta Caldeira, Surry Schlabs
3268b
Spring 2015
Reinterpreting the Enlightenment: Order and Chaos in the Long Eighteenth Century
Anthony Vidler