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University Roundtable | Madison Made: Marshall Erdman’s Contributions to Postwar Architecture
February 16 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm$15
Each University Roundtable event begins at 11:45 a.m. and ends by 1:00 p.m. The registration cost for each event is $15 and includes lunch.
“Madison Made: Marshall Erdman’s Contributions to Postwar Architecture”
Professor Anna Andrzejewski
This lecture centers on Madison-based builder-developer Marshall Erdman (1922–1995). It examines Erdman’s innovations and their legacy in Madison and beyond, considering the ways in which Erdman’s designs — for houses, medical buildings, and “doctors parks” — dramatically reshaped the landscape of post World War II suburbs.
Professor Anna Andrzejewski is a Professor of Art History in the Department of Art History. She also directs the Center for Culture, History, and Environment in the Nelson Institute.
Registration Deadline: February 1
Image: Marshall Erdman, Walter & Mary Ellen Rudin House, Madison, 1959 (Marshall Erdman, builder; Frank Lloyd Wright, architect).