Carol Herselle Krinsky

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Carol Herselle Krinsky (born 1937 Brooklyn, New York) is an American architectural historian. She graduated from Erasmus Hall High School,[1] studied at Smith College (1957 BA) and New York University, (Ph.D. 1965). Krinsky is a professor of twentieth-century architectural history at New York University[2] and a former President of the Society of Architectural Historians.

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  • Contemporary Native American Architecture: Cultural Regeneration and Creativity, Oxford University Press, 1996
  • Synagogues of Europe: Architecture, History, Meaning, MIT Press, 1985; revised edition, MIT Press, 1986; Dover Publications reprint, 1996
  • Europas Synagogen: Architecktur, Geschichte, Bedeutung, Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1988.
  • Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, MIT Press, 1988
  • Rockefeller Center, Oxford University Press, 1978
  • Di Lucio Vitruvio Pollione 'De architectura.' Libri dece traduti de latino in Vulgare Affigurati: Com[m]entati: & con mirando ordine insigniti: Nachdruck der kommentierten ersten italienischen Ausgabe von Cesare Cesariano, Como, 1521, Munich, Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1969. Essay. index.
  • co-editor (with Kathryn A. Smith) Studies in Manuscript Illumination: A Tribute to Lucy Freeman Sandler, London/Turnhout, Harvey Miller/Brepols, 2008

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