Faculty Directory
Portrait, fall 2023


Adjunct Instructor in Architectural History and Design; Advisor to Architecture Minor



Gottesman Library 401

MBA, Felician University, 2012

MS, Simmons University, 1984

MArch, University of Colorado, 1979

BA, Bowdoin College, 1974

Professor Glassman has taught in Yeshiva College since 1998. He holds Master of Architecture and Master of Business Administration degrees. He previously taught at Pratt Institute and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

His interests lie in synagogue architecture, design methodology, and the modern house.

He is the coauthor of The Handbook of Art and Design Librarianship with Amanda Gluibizzi (2010) and Judy Dyki (2017), now in its second edition, and the author of "Who Put That Column into the Middle of the Room? Designing Functional, Flexible, and Forgiving Spaces for Library Instruction" for the conference Moving Targets: Understanding our Changing Landscapes (LOEX Press, 2006).

Find Paul Glassman’s publications on YAIR: Yeshiva Academic Institutional Repository.



Gottesman Library 401


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Spring 2023
ART 1633H Language of Architecture
ART 1660 Cultures of Modern Architecture

Fall 2022
ART 1635H Evolution of the Skyscraper
ART 1831 Architectural Design Process

Spring 2022
ART 1630H American Architecture
ART 1019 Modernist Impulse in Art, Architecture & Design

Fall 2021
ART 1650H Architecture of the Synagogue
ART 1832 Architectural Design Studio