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Bonder featured on Argentina Public Television

March 3rd, 2017 by grhodes
Julian Bonder, Professor of Architecture, was featured on Television Publica National (TPN) in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 14, 2017, in its international segment: “La construccion de espacios publicos para la memoria” (The Construction of Public Spaces for Memory).
Bonder is regularly involved in conferences and publications on the subject in the US, Europe and South America. He is best known for his design for the Memorial to the Abolition of Slavery in Nantes, France (with Krzystof Wodiczko).

Bonder presents at ACSA Seattle, is Raoul Wallenberg Juror at Michigan

July 20th, 2016 by glaramie

Professor of Architecture Julian Bonder was one of three recipients of the ACSA Creative Achievement Award, for his work with students “Unearthing Traces of Rhode Island’s Slave Trade” in March 2016, featured earlier this year in SAAHP News. In April, Bonder also served as a Raoul Wallenberg juror for the University of Michigan Taubmann College of Architecture. Wallenberg, a 1935 graduate from Michigan’s architecture program, led efforts that saved tens of thousands of Jews in Hungary during World War II, and his memory is a significant legacy at the university and its Taubman College of Architecture.

Bonder receives 2016 ACSA Creative Achievement Award for work with students

February 2nd, 2016 by bcampbell031

Roger Williams University’s Julian Bonder, Professor of Architecture, is one of three national winners of the 2016 ACSA Creative Achievement Award, recognizing a specific creative achievement in teaching, design, scholarship, research, or service that advances architectural education. Bonder was recognized for work in 2013 and 2014 with undergraduate and graduate students in two design studios entitled, “Unearthing Traces of Rhode Island’s Slave Trade”. Excerpts from Bonder’s award submission,