Item F-262-1-0-0-0-1 - The Design for Simon Fraser University and the Problems Accompanying Excellence by Gene Waddell [text]

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The Design for Simon Fraser University and the Problems Accompanying Excellence by Gene Waddell [text]

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  • [1998] (Creation)
    Waddell, Gene

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Gene Waddell holds an MA in architectural history from UCLA. His written numerous articles, which have appeared in professional journals such as the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians; Architectural History: Journal of Architectural Historians of Great Britain; and Against the Grain. He served as Director of the Florence Museum from 1969-1975, Director of the South Carolina Historical Society from 1976-1984, Associate Archivist at the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities from 1985-1993, Head of Collections Development for the Library of the Canadian Centre for Architecture from 1993-1996, and College Archivist and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Art History at the College of Charleston from 1999-2009.

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