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Vincent Scully

Vincent Scully is the Sterling Professor Emeritus of the History of Art at Yale University. In 2004, President George W. Bush presented Scully with the National Medal of Arts. The medal citation read: "For his remarkable contributions to the history of design and modern architecture, including his influential teaching as an architectural historian.” He is the author of numerous books of architectural history, including American Architecture and Urbanism.

MARS HILL AUDIO Anthology 10

The Good City: Community and Urban Order

Available for mp3 purchase
In this Anthology, Ken Myers talks with architects, historians, activists, and clergy about how loving our neighbors can and must take shape in how we order the material aspects of shared life. The conversations on this Anthology give particular attention to how the New Urbanist movement has challenged the dehumanizing effects of modernism in urban design. 100 minutes. $6.

MARS HILL AUDIO Journal

Volume 32

Guests on Volume 32: Mark Kingwell, on hope and fear at the edge of the millennium; Daniel Pipes, on where beliefs about conspiracies come from; Herb Kutchins, on the DSM and problems in making mental health diagnoses; Nicholas Wolterstorff, on the presence of God in the paintings of Stanley Spencer; Vincent Scully, on the nature of cities and urban life; Richard Moe, on preserving communities and saving old buildings; Joel Carpenter, on fundamentalism as a true religious movement, not a reactionary social movement; and Bruce L. Edwards, Jr., on learning from and teaching C. S. Lewis.