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About Daniel J. Naegele

Daniel Naegele, PhD, is an architect and associate professor of architecture at Iowa State University. A graduate of Yale and of the Architectural Association in London, he completed his dissertation, Le Corbusier's Seeing Things: Ambiguity and Illusion in the Representation of Modern Architecture, under the supervision of Joseph Rykwert at the University of Pennsylvania in 1996. His writings on Le Corbusier, Wright, Kahn, Duchamp, Picasso, and on architectural photography have been translated to seven languages and published throughout the United States and in the UK, Western Europe, New Zealand, and Korea. Naegele wrote theses on Colin Rowe at the AA and at Yale University. His analyses and reviews of Rowe's writing have been published in Harvard Design Magazine and elsewhere.

Positions

2001 Present Associate Professor, Iowa State University Department of Architecture
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19962001 Assistant Professor, Iowa State University Department of Architecture
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Education

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1996 PhD, University of Pennsylvania ‐ Architecture
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1993 MS, University of Pennsylvania ‐ Architecture
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1990 MED, Yale University ‐ Environmental Design
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1987 Graduate Diploma, Architectural Association ‐ History and Theory Programme
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1977 BArch, University of Cincinnati ‐ Architecture
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Contact Information

Architecture Department
158 College of Design
Ames, IA, 50011
515-294-7122

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