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About Timothy M. Rohan

Timothy Rohan first became interested in modern architecture as an undergraduate at Yale University. He then worked in the Architecture and Design Department at the Museum of Modern Art, NY, gave regular gallery talks on modern and contemporary art at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and completed his dissertation at Harvard University (PhD ’01) on the American architect Paul Rudolph. His particular area of research is the architecture, theory and urbanism of the 1950s and 60s, but he is interested in all that pertains to “architecture culture” and the “built environment.” He has published some articles on Paul Rudolph, an essay on the early 20th c. architect Edwin Lutyens and is working on other related articles about the post-WW II period.
Each year, he teaches an introductory class on the history of architecture (191A) as well as surveys of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (531 & 532) and a graduate seminar. He encourages students in his classes to discover the connections between architecture’s major themes and local buildings that they can experience for themselves.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Art History Program, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Bartlett Hall, Room 323B
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst Ma, 01003
413-545-6987

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