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Mosette Broderick

Clinical Professor of Art History ; Director, Urban Design and Architecture Studies Program | Director, Historical and Sustainable Architecture, MA program, NYU London | Director, Urban Design in London Summer Program

Course work for PhD completed 1972, Columbia University; B.A. 1967, Finch College.

Areas of Research/Interest: 

19th and 20th century architecture and urbanism, America and England, 19th century social history, collecting history, and Fifth Avenue.

External Affiliations:

Society of Architectural Historians, Pugin Society, urban and local architectural history groups, and preservation groups, Victorian Society, UK

Fellowships/Honors:

New York University Outstanding Teaching Award, May 2001, May 2000, and three previous occasions; Golden Dozen 2005; Distinguished Teaching Award 2010; National Endowment for the Arts, 1986-1987. Graham Foundations, 1980-1981

Publications:


Triumverate: McKim, Mead & White
, Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.

"Fifth Avenue" in Grand American Avenues. American Institute of Architects. 1994.

The Villard Houses: Lifestory of a Landmark. New York: Vicking Press. 1980.


Updated on 03/29/2016