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David Goodman


David Goodman


Architecture and Design

David Goodman is Assistant Professor of Architecture, Associate Dean of IE School of Architecture and Design, Director of the Bachelor in Architectural Studies, and holds a PhD in Business Studies from the IE Business School, specializing in Strategy and Organization Theory. His current research deals with innovations in architecture practice and production during times of socioeconomic turbulence. A graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and of Cornell University, Goodman is co-author of the book An Introduction to Architecture Theory: 1968 to the Present.  His work has also appeared in the journals a+t and Log, in the anthology Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives, and in the book Walter Netsch: A Critical Appreciation and Sourcebook.

Academic Experience

• Associate Dean of IE School of Architecture an Design

• Director of Bachelor in Architectural Studies

• Professor of Architecture History and Theory

• Doctorate in Business Administration, IE Business School (ES)

• M.Arch. Harvard University (US)

• B.S. in History of Architecture and Urban Development, Cornell University (US)

• B.A. in Government, Cornell University (US)

Latest Publications

• Goodman, D.J. (2020). “Quantitative Methods for Architecture Research: Lessons from the Social Sciences”. Technology | Architecture and Design (TAD), Vol. 4 (1): 44-53

• Goodman, D.J. (2019). “A Taxonomy for the Activist Environment: On Atmosphere and the ad hoc”. Journal of Architectural Education, Vol. 73 (1): 6-19