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Robert M. Craig

writer, professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Robert M. Craig is a professor in the Architecture Program at Georgia Tech. He has taught there since 1973. He specializes in 19th and early 20th century architecture and offers courses surveying American, modern, and medieval architecture, as well as seminars on Frank Lloyd Wright, on Atlanta architecture, and on the architecture of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He has presented over 100 scholarly papers at academic conferences and has lectured in Australia, China, Europe, and the US. His photographs of buildings have illustrated articles and books, which he and others have authored. He completed his PhD in the history of architecture and urban development at Cornell University in 1973.