Kenneth J. Conant

Kenneth J. Conant

Fellow: Awarded 1926
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design
Fellow: Awarded 1928
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design
Fellow: Awarded 1929
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design
Fellow: Awarded 1930
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design
Fellow: Awarded 1954
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design

Competition: US & Canada

Education: Harvard University

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1926–27:

Conant, Kenneth John: Appointed for the purpose of making an authoritative set of drawings, being restorations, of the three following Romanesque churches of France: the Abbey Church of Cluny, the Church of St. Martin at Tours, and the Church of St. Martial at Limoges; tenure, four months from June 1, 1926.

Born June 28, 1894, at Neenah, Wisconsin. Education: Harvard University, A.B., 1915, Ph.D., 1925; Harvard University School of Architecture, 1915–19, M. Arch.; Rogers Fellowship for independent study in the fine arts of Spain, France and Italy, 1916–17; also Associate Fellow, American Academy in Rome; Sachs Research Fellowship, Harvard University, 1919–20.

Instructor in Architectural Design, 1920–21, Instructor in Architecture, 1921–25, Assistant Professor of Architecture, 1925—, Harvard University; Visiting Instructor in Architectural Design, 1923–25, Lecturer on the History of Architecture, 1925—, Cambridge School.

Publications: “The Early Architectural History of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela,” 1926; articles in Architectural Quarterly of Harvard University, Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Architecture, Pencil Points, Art Studies.

 

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