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Jane Whitehead

Forget Me Not

Jane Whitehead is a British-born writer based in Massachusetts. Her features, essays, and profiles have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Horn Book Magazine, and many area alumni journals, including BC Law Magazine.

Photo: June Lee

 

Hubert Murray AIA

Pulverizing the Past

Hubert Murray FAIA is manager of sustainable initiatives for Partners HealthCare. In an international career, he has concentrated on campus planning and urban design of major infrastructure projects, including Boston’s Central Artery.

Photo: Rebecca Murray

 

Karen Weintraub

Memory Palaces

Karen Weintraub is a Cambridge-based health and science journalist. In addition to writing for The Boston Globe, USA Today, and the BBC.com, she teaches journalism at Boston University. She is co-author of The Autism Revolution (Random House, March 2012).

Photo: B.D. Colen

 

Julian Bonder

Memory is a Verb

Julian Bonder, Assoc. AIA (right), principal of Julian Bonder + Associates, was born in New York and raised in Argentina. He is an active contributor to the international discourse on memory, public space, cultural trauma, and monument design, often working outside the traditional boundaries of architecture. He is professor of architecture at Roger Williams University.

 

Photo: Patrick Garçon

 

Krzysztof Wodiczko

Memory is a Verb

Krzysztof Wodiczko (left) is a Polish-born artist best known for his large-scale projections on public buildings and spaces in more than 70 cities worldwide. He is professor of art, design, and the public domain at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. He is recipient of the 1999 Hiroshima Prize for his contribution as an artist to world peace, and he was selected to represent Poland in the 2009 Venice Biennale.

Photo: Patrick Garçon