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March 13, 2017 daren

Faculty Publication: David Brody Exposes the Ways Hotels Work—or don’t work— for Housekeepers

  UPDATE: Click here to read The Atlantic’s piece on Professor Brody’s latest work, Housekeeping by Design. David Brody, ADHT Associate Professor of Design Studies, pulls readers…

March 8, 2017 daren

THIS IS THIS BUT IT IS ALSO THAT: Subterranean Thoughts of Caroline Dionne

Caroline is Assistant Professor in the History & Theory of Design practice and Curatorial Studies at Parsons ADHT. She was most recently a Research and…

February 21, 2017 daren

Experimental Fashion: Performance Art, Carnival, and the Grotesque Body by Francesca Granata

  Experimental Fashion: Performance Art, Carnival, and the Grotesque Body  by Francesca Granata is now available (IB Tauris, 2017) Please save the date for the Book…

February 9, 2017 daren

INSIDE (hi)STORIES – From the Planning of the Kitchen to the Planning of the Nation: Exhibiting Homes in Postwar Britain

  On February 21st, Dr. Harriet Atkinson, University of Brighton, lectured on “‘From The Planning of the Kitchen to the Planning of the Nation’: Exhibiting…

February 8, 2017 daren

Faculty Spotlight: Jessica Glasscock of MA Fashion Studies

Part-time lecturer Jessica Glasscock is currently leading a course on Fashion Curation in the MA Fashion Studies program and works as a Research Associate at…

February 3, 2017 daren

Alumni Spotlight: Salem Tsegaye, MA Design Studies ’14

Salem Tsegaye is Assistant Director of the Arts Research Institute at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts. There, she supports faculty research development, fosters…

December 19, 2016 daren

Joelle Firzli, MA FS ’16: The Old & New, Eccentric & Classic, Familiar & Strange

Parsons ADHT’s Casey Haymes sits down with MA Fashion Studies alumna, Joelle Firzli, to chat about what she’s gotten up to after graduating earlier this…

December 17, 2016 daren

Catherine Smith, MA FS ‘16, Featured in Harper’s Bazaar

MA Fashion Studies class of 2016 alumna Catherine Smith was recently featured in a Harper’s Bazaar magazine, in an extensive article spotlighting her digital creation Plan de…

December 16, 2016 daren

Laura Auricchio Pens Catalogue Cover Story for Grolier Club Exhibit “‘A True Friend of the Cause:’ Lafayette and the Anti-Slavery Movement”

Laura Auricchio, Professor of Art History at Parsons School of Design, penned an essay titled “Lafayette at Yorktown (1782): Transformations and Interpretations” for the exhibition…

December 12, 2016 daren

Jilly Traganou Awarded Fulbright Scholarship to Conduct Research on the Olympics and Design in Rio

Jilly Traganou is an architect and Associate Professor in Spatial Design Studies. Her recent publications include a book titled Designing the Olympics: Representation, Participation, Contestation…

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