A conversation with the acclaimed author, historian and artist Judith Dupré
Acclaimed author, historian and artist Judith Dupré explores the power of architecture through the lens of One World Trade Center. As the only writer granted unfettered access during the building’s construction, Dupré examines architecture’s ability to convey beauty and grace, in addition to the emotional and spiritual history of the site.
A graduate of Brown and Yale universities, Dupré is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards and is a 2015 National Endowment for the Humanities Public Scholar.
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