Two More Scholars Join NCIS

R. Scott Miterko holds Ph.D. in the History and Theory of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, where he won the Frank Miles Day Memorial Prize for outstanding work in architectural history and theory. A licensed architect in New York and Connecticut, Miterko is currently researching, among other topics, “Ekphrasis and Wonder: Expressing Wonder in Depictions of Manhattan’s Architecture and Interiors 1900 to 1930,” and “Globalism and Localism: A Historical Argument for Acting Locally.”

California-based Yamil Assi received a Master’s degree in 2012 from the National University of Patagonia’s combined M.A. and B.A. degree program. The program is accredited by the National Commission for University Evaluation and Accreditation, Argentina and the degree evaluated in U.S. by Western Education Services. Assi’s M.A. thesis covers the “Theoretical Intersections between the Geopolitical of Knowledge of Walter Mignolo and The Frantz Fanon of Alejandro De Oto."

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