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Gerlinde Leiding collection,
Gerlinde Leiding is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture (UTSOA). She received her architecture degree at Werkkunstschule Krefeld in Germany in 1965 and her master’s degree from Yale University in 1966.
Professor Leiding's research is focused on vernacular architecture. She received government support to study 18th and 19th Century farmhouses in Japan, specifically in Hyogo Prefecture, where her efforts were featured in an article in the Kobe Shimbun. Professor Leiding taught from 1969 to 2007 and was the founding Director of the Japan Study Abroad Program and held the position of Graduate Advisor and Associate Dean of Graduate Programs for the UTSOA. She was a professor at UT’s Center for Asian Studies from 1991 to 1993. Leiding's awards include prize-winning entries in the U.S. competition "Search for Shelter," and the international competition, "Re-Mapping Tokyo." In 2003 she appeared in Making the Modern, a documentary about architect Tadao Ando and the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art.
Professor Leiding is author of publications on German influences in Texas architecture and has lectured on both Asian and Texas-German architecture. She was awarded the Texas Excellence Teaching Award and the Hal Box Fellowship in Architecture. She retired from teaching in 2007.
The collection consists of student works collected by Gerlinde Leiding in her studio classes. It includes 1 student model of a Chinese garden by Elvis Wade Wells, 22 mounted drawings and exhibition panels, and 2 bound books by students Dawne David ("Japan: A Study in Layers [Fall 1997]") and W. Brian Keith ("Team Zoo").
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Gerlinde Leiding collection, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin
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University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture. An Inventory of the Collection, 1911-ongoing, undated (bulk 1960-1992)