Gary Leggett was the 2008 Recipient of the Druker Prize. His presentation will focus on the failure of statehood in the Amazon and the relationship between scales and structures of power. Gary examines infrastructural projects as spatial cues for a critique of government and planning. He will be dealing particularly with the spatial expansion of evangelical communities in relation to road construction and conservation practices.
The Druker Traveling Fellowship, established in 1986 by Ronald M. Druker, Loeb Fellow ’76, and by the Trustees of the Bertram A. Druker Charitable Foundation, is open to all students at the GSD who demonstrate excellence in the design of urban environments. The fellowship offers students the opportunity to travel in the United States or abroad to pursue study that advances understanding of urban design.
Since space is limited, reservations are required. RSVP to Caroline Newton.
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