Dr. Rosemary Wakeman
Professor, Ph.D, California Davis
Modern France , 20th Century Europe , Urban History
Professor Wakeman is also Director of the Urban Studies Program at Fordham University, and teaches as an Invited Professor at the Institut d'urbanisme de Paris at the University of Paris XII. She writes frequently on urban waterfronts and port cities including “Les Villes Portuaires Nord Américaines,” in Villes Portuaires dans le Développement Durable, Michèle Collin, ed. (Harmattan, 2003). She also contributes regularly to the Revue Urbanisme such as the recent "Aéroport Kennedy, New York: Rehabilitation du terminal d'Eero Saarinen," 341(March-April 2005).
Professor Wakeman teaches undergraduate courses on the European City, Maritime Cities, and the Social History of Architecture as well as on Modern France and 20th Century Europe. She also offers graduate courses on Late Modern Europe, European Urban History, Modern France, and on Modernism and the Avant-Garde.