|12 Jul 2007||All day||Faculty of Law, 10 West Road, Cambridge|
New York based architect Daniel Libeskind, known for such acclaimed projects as the Jewish Museum in Berlin or the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, and Professor Richard Sennett, Chair of the Cities Programme at the London School of Economics and one of the most prestigious urban sociologists today, will open the conference InEvidence: Witnessing Cities and the Case of Berlin, on Thursday 12 July.
Richard Sennett will deliver a keynote address, The Architecture of Justice, at 3.15pm. At 5 pm, Daniel Libeskind will be in conversation with Peter Carl (Architecture, Cambridge), followed by a question and answer session.
This special pre-conference event has a limited number of places reserved for distribution among the staff and students of Cambridge University on a first-come first-served basis.