Timothy Hyde’s Aggregate group wins Graham Foundation grant

The Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative, of which Timothy Hyde (associate professor of architecture) is a founding member, has received a 2012 Graham Foundation grant in support of its digital research and publication initiatives.
Aggregate is a collaborative of thirteen historians interpreting architecture from multidisciplinary perspectives. They work together to advance architectural research and education by generating scholarship, conducting public events, and publishing material on the history and theory of architecture.
Since 2006, Aggregate has held workshops, organized a symposium, and produced the collected volume Governing by Design. Aggregate is currently developing new digital platforms to facilitate the open, collaborative character of its work, inviting participation across disciplines and beyond the Aggregate group.