Visiting Assistant Professor in Material and Visual Culture
Allyson received her PhD in architectural history and archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She holds a BA and an MArch in architecture from the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley; and an MA in architectural history from Koç University, Istanbul. Her research interests include art, archaeology, and architectural history from antiquity to the present, with a specialization in Roman, Late Antique, and Byzantine architecture. She focuses on the renovation, conservation and sustainability of the built environment, and the role of politics, the economy, and cultural ideology in architectural patronage. Allyson has taught undergraduate courses in art, architecture and urbanism in New York University’s Department of Art History.
Theory of the Interior
Objects as History
Intro to Arch Theory: Lec
Archaeology of New York City