July - August 2002
Joseph Connors, professor of art history and archaeology at Columbia University, will be completing the final chapters of his monograph on the architectural theory of Francesco Borromini. His scholarship ranges widely across the history of architecture. Previous books include The Robie House of Frank Lloyd Wright (University of Chicago Press, 1984) and Borromini and the Roman Oratory: Style and Society (The Architectural History Foundation, 1980). After his fellowship at the Clark, Connors will assume his appointment as director of the Villa I Tatti in Florence.