Joel Sanders 

FROM STUD TO STALLED! SOCIAL EQUITY AND PUBLIC SPACE

Joel Sanders, RA, AIA, is the Principal of Joel Sanders Architect, a studio based in New York City, in addition to being the Director of Post-Professional Studies and Professor at Yale School of Architecture. Prior to joining the Yale faculty, he was the Director of the Graduate Program in Architecture at Parsons School of Design and an Assistant Professor at Princeton University. Joel received both a B.A. and M. Arch. from Columbia University. The editor of Stud: Architectures of Masculinity (Princeton Architectural Press, 1996), he frequently writes about art and design, most recently in Pin-up, Art Forum and the Harvard Design Magazine. His monograph, Joel Sanders: Writings and Projects, was published by Monacelli Press in 2005. Groundwork: Between Landscape and Architecture, co-edited with Diana Balmori, was released by Monacelli Press in 2011. An active member of the design community, Joel Sanders serves on committees and panels on behalf of the American Academy in Rome, MacDowell Colony, American Institute of Architects, Architectural League, and the GSA Peer Review. He is also a co-chair of Van Alen Institute's Program Leadership Council (www.vanalen.org).