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Segre, Roberto

SEGRE, Roberto

SEGRE, Roberto. Italian/Argentine, b. 1934. Genres: Architecture, Physics. Career: University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, assistant professor, 1957-62; University of Havana, Cuba, professor, 1963-94; Superior Polytechnic Institute, Havana, head of department of architectural history, 1970-94; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, visiting professor, 1994-99, professor of architecture, 2000-, chairman of dept of graduate course in urbanism, 2002-. Lecturer, visiting professor and postgraduate professor at universities worldwide. Publications: IN ENGLISH: (with M. Coyula and J. Scarpaci) Havana: Two Faces of the Antillean Metropolis, 1997. Contributor to periodicals. OTHER: Diez Anos de arquitectura en Cuba revolucionaria, 1970; Cuba: Arquitectura de la Revolucion, 1970; Las Estructuras Ambientales en America Latina, 1977; (with F. Salinas) La Progettazione Ambientale nell'era della Industrializzazione, 1980; (with J. Rallo) Introduccion Historica a las Estructuras Urbanas y Territoriales de Cuba, 1519-1959, 1980; (with E. Cardenas) Critica Arquitectonica, Colegio de Arquitectos de Ecuador, 1984; (with R.L. Rangel) Architettura e Territorio nell'America Latina, 1982; Arquitectura, Historia, y Revolucion, 1982; La Vivienda en Cuba: Republica y Revolucion, 1985; Historia de la Arquitectura y del Urbanismo Modernos: Paises Desarrollados, Capitalismo y Socialismo, 1985; (with Rangel) Arquitectura y Sociedad en America Latina, 1986; (with Rangel) Caos Urbano y Nuevas Tendencias en la Arquitectura Latinoamericana, 1986; Arquitectura e Urbanismo da Revolucao Cubana, 1987; America Latina fim de Milenio, 1990; Lectura Critica del Entorno Cubano, 1991; Historia del Arte y la Arquitectura Barroca Europea, 1995; Ruy Othake, 1999. EDITOR: Transformacion Urbana en Cuba: La Habana, 1974; America Latina en Su Arquitectura, 1975, trans. as Latin America in Its Architecture, 1982. Contributor to professional journals. Address: Av. Roberto Silveira 305, Ap. 1001, CEP 24230 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Online address: [email protected]

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