“Geometries of Rhetoric” Nexus Network Journal Launch and Conversation

Please join us for a book launch + conversation—

Wednesday, December 1, 12-2pm,
in the Glass Corner, room 206
25 East 13th Street

Geometries of Rhetoric
Special issue of the Nexus Network Journal, Vol. 12 No. 3
Winter 2010
Robert Kirkbride, Guest editor

With a presentation by Dr. Shannon Mattern, “Geometries of Reading, Light of Learning: Louis I. Kahn’s Library at Phillips Exeter”

We grasp and transform the world through interplays of
quantification and qualification. This special issue
of the Nexus Network Journal considers architectonic
examples of past, present and potential geometries of

This journal Issue includes contributions by: Donald Kunze, Shannon Mattern, Sambit Datta, Angela Grauerholz, Dorian Wiszniewski, Dan Rose…

Founded in 1999, the Nexus Network Journal (NNJ) is a peer-reviewed journal for researchers,
professionals and students engaged in the study of the application of mathematical principles to
architectural design. Its goal is to present the broadest possible consideration of all aspects of the
relationships between architecture and mathematics, including landscape architecture and urban design.
Bibliographic Data – First published in 1999 by Kim Williams Books – Editor-in-Chief, Kim Williams
kwb@kimwilliamsbooks.com – Since 2007 co-published and distributed by Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel –

Published electronically and in print, 1 volume per year, 3 issues per volume – Format: 17 x 24 cm – ISSN
1590-5896 (print) – ISSN 1522-4600 (electronic) – Back volumes are available – electronic access for
subscribers: http://www.springer.com/birkhauser/mathematics/journal/4

Abstracted/Indexed in:
Avery Index of Architectural Publications, Mathematical Reviews, MathSciNet, SCOPUS, ZDM
(Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik), Zentralblatt Math