Milton S. F. Curry is associate dean and associate professor of architecture at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Professor Curry’s teaching and current research explores urbanization in the United States, Latin/South America within the theoretical context of modernity. Recent travel to Cuba, Mexico City and Brazil forms the basis of comparative scholarship that explores the implications of architectural modernity on the American inner-cities and urban spatial geographies of the Global South. His affiliation with allied disciplines such as Afro-American studies, cultural geography, urban design and real estate, underscore his interest in connecting architecture to the everyday. Professor Curry’s creative work and writings cut across disciplinary areas of race and cultural studies, architecture and urbanism, and contemporary art.
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