December Learning Lunch: Dr. Philippe Oszuscik

December 11, 2019
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Dr. Oszuscik. will deliver his presentation: Mobile Architecture Before and After 1813 on December 11th at noon in the History Museum of Mobile's Auditorium. 

Philippe Oszuscik was born on March 17, 1941 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.  He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa and has taught at universities in Louisiana, Illinois, and Alabama. He retired from the University of South Alabama in 2011. His writing interests include American and West Indies architecture and art, especially folk and vernacular housing along the Gulf Coast. Dr. Oszuscik has published essays in books, written articles, and authored Louisiana's Gothic Revival, 1973. His most recent book, Changing Creole Housing 1699-1899: Beginnings, Changes and Its Endurance, is due to appear in print in the spring of 2020. At Learning Lunch, he will share his knowledge of Mobile’s architecture before the city left the colonial era, and after it joined the United States in 1813

History Museum Of Mobile