Faculty Lecture: Alumni Weekend
2023–2024 Public Programs, Fall Edition
Nov. 03, 2023
Rice University, MD Anderson Hall, Farish Gallery

Stephen Fox is an architectural historian and a lecturer at the Rice School of Architecture. He is also a lecturer at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture at the University of Houston and a Fellow of the Anchorage Foundation of Texas. Fox’s work is focused on architecture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially that of Houston and Texas. In his scholarship he examines the ways that architecture engages such social constructs as class identity, cultural distinction, and regional differentiation.

Stephen's contributions to Rice and the city of Houston were recently honored by David Courtwright Ph.D. ’79 and Shelby Miller, former Rice art librarian, who established the Stephen Fox Endowed Scholarship, a need-based scholarship for undergraduate students from the greater Houston metropolitan area.


For directions, please visit arch.rice.edu/visit

This program is made possible through the generous support of the Betty R. and George F. Pierce Jr., FAIA, Fund; the William B. Coleman Jr. Colloquium Fund for Architecture; and the Wm. W. Caudill Lecture Series Fund. 

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