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Lynnette Widder

Lecturer , M.S. in Sustainability Management , School of Professional Studies

USA

RECENT POSTS FROM STATE OF THE PLANET

Jul 17, 2020

App Will Track Harmful Dust From Bauxite Mining in Guinea

Researchers at Columbia are developing an app that Guinean communities can use to hold mining companies accountable for controlling the dust they produce, which can harm health and livelihoods.

Jun 01, 2020

Lynnette Widder Receives Fellowship From Institute for Ideas and Imagination

As part of the fellowship, she will examine the transformation of design thinking, symbolic representation and construction in post-war West Germany.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

‘Whose Modernism? The 1953 Bauhaus Debate and the Right to Define Modern Architecture’ in Cloud Cuckoo Journal of Art and Architectural History, ‘Theorizing Technology in Architecture and Urbanism’ Vol. 24, Issue 39, 2019

‘Sustainably Growing Guinea’s Bauxite-Aluminium Industry’ (with Thomas Pacioni) book chapter in Regional Development in Africa, Norbert Edomah, ed., IntechOpen Ltd., 2019

‘Using Technological Innovation and Corporate Social Responsibility to Connect Africa’s Smallholder Farmers to the Global Sustainable Agriculture Economy’ with A. Igharo and S. Merriweather, in EAI International Conference on Technology, R&D, Education and Economy for Africa Proceedings, August, 2018

‘Studies in Small Scale Data: Three Case Studies on Describing Individuals’ Spatial Behaviour in Cities’ with J. Braden, J. Ko, K. Steinfeld, in EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things 18(10): e1, http://eudl.eu/issue/IoT/3/10

‘The Will to Technology: The Image and Fact of Construction 1951-57 in Two Buildings by Sep Ruf’, in: Cloud Cuckoo Journal of Art and Architectural History, ‘Theorizing Technology in Architecture and Urbanism’ Vol. 19, Issue 33, December 2014, p. 175-90

Architectural Live Projects: Pedagogy into Practice (Taylor and Francis, 2014) with Harriet Harriss

Ira Rakatansky: As Modern as Tomorrow (William Stout Architectural Books, 2010) with John Caserta and Thad Russell (photographs)