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The Shape of the Sacred

A House Founded on a Rock

Published on: June 25, 2023
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Lecture by Kyle Dugdale of Yale University

From the conference “The Shape of the Sacred: Eastern Christianity and Architectural Modernity” held at Fordham University, May 30 – June 1, 2023.

From session 3, “Byzantium | Manhattan,” moderated by Rev. Dr. Nicholast Denysenko

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  • Kyle Dugdale

    Kyle Dugdale

    Senior Critic in Architecture at Yale University

    Kyle Dugdale is an architect and historian at Yale University School of Architecture. He holds a degree in classics from Corpus Christi College (Oxford), a professional degree from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, and a doctoral degree from Yale University. He has practiced in London,...

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