Architecture Job Talk - Britt Eversole
Britt Eversole is a scholar and educator, trained as an architect with seven years of professional practice. Britt holds a Master of Architecture and a Master of Environmental Design from Yale University, and was the Walter B. Sanders Visiting Fellow in Architecture at the University of Michigan in 2008-2009. He is currently a research fellow at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies and a PhD candidate in the Princeton University School of Architecture exploring the complex intersections of Italian politics and architecture in his dissertation “The Disenchantment with Democracy: Architectural Models of Creative Self-Organization”. Britt has taught studios at Princeton University and the University of Michigan, as well as history/theory at Princeton University, Yale University, Columbia University and the University of Michigan.