Rossell and Haughey deliver Reading the City talks
The third week of the Reading the City lecture series continued with a double-bill of talks delivered by SCAD Architectural History faculty Daves Rossell and Patrick Haughey on Wednesday, May 4 at the SCAD Museum of Art Theater. Rossell spoke about “Everyday Places and Spaces,” exploring the approaches and discoveries to be made within the humble or ordinary parts of Savannah. Haughey addressed “Global Savannah: Building Culture and Commerce in the 21st-Century City” and how the city has been shaped by its long history of trade. The Reading the City series supports the release of the Buildings of Savannah book, for which both Rossell and Haughey were co-authors. The talks can be viewed through the SCAD Virtual Lecture Hall.