Jassen Callender

 Jassen Callender

Title:

  • Professor & Interim Director

Contacts:

jcallender@caad.msstate.edu
Office: (662) 325-2202
240 Giles Hall

Overview

Summary:

Jassen Callender is professor and interim director of the School of Architecture. Practitioner, painter, writer, and member of the Society of Architectural Historians, Callender’s educational background ranges from undergraduate training in architecture and philosophy to graduate work in art and art history.

Education:

  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Art, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2001
  • Bachelor of Architecture (BARC), Architecture, Mississippi State University, 1994

Research interests:

Sustainable urbanism and, more broadly, the ways meaning is constructed and shared through the built environment.

Education

  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Art, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2001
  • Bachelor of Architecture (BARC), Architecture, Mississippi State University, 1994

Biography

Jassen Callender is professor and interim director of the School of Architecture. Practitioner, painter, writer, and member of the Society of Architectural Historians, Callender’s educational background ranges from undergraduate training in architecture and philosophy to graduate work in art and art history.

Publications

Book

  • Architecture history and theory in reverse: From an information age to eras of meaning: Architecture History and Theory in Reverse: From an Information Age to Eras of Meaning. 2017

Book, Chapter

  • Facing Up to the Realities. Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy. Ed. Theodore Ammon. New York, NY: Open Court. 2017
  • Sustainable urban development. International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. 129-133. 2012
  • Continu(c)ity. The Self-Sufficient City. Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia. 2010

Conference Proceeding

  • Thresholds of Piazzas. Volume 120. 2018
  • Making Cities LAST. Volume 86. 2015
  • The Place of Perception in the Sustainable City. Volume 57. 2010
  • From Barrier to Threshold: bridging contested spaces. Volume 37, Page 230. 2006
  • Constructing Passages: accommodations for diverse learners in architectural education. Pages 46-53. 2005

Journal Article

Trade Journal/Magazine

Areas of Expertise

Sustainable urbanism andmore broadlythe ways meaning is constructed and shared through the built environment.

MSU Synergy Areas

Leading Economy: Sustainable/Renewable ProductsSecuring Our Future: Infrastructure