J. Irwin Miller Symposium, "Aesthetic Activism" Professor Jacques Rancière in conversation with Assistant Dean Mark Foster Gage in which they investigate the relationship between architecture and aesthetics; consider the role architecture and architects in social and political processes; discover potential new ways architecture can be used to promote social equality; and evaluate the historic role of architecture in forming hierarchical political structures.

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