Doctoral Students Program 2015

Research, June 2015 to September 2015

Mohammed Alkhabbaz
Illinois Institute of Technology, United States
“Oil and Modern Architecture: Saudi Arabia and the Gulf”

Wulf Böer
ETH Zürich, Department of Architecture, Switzerland
“Architecture and Air-Conditioning. On the History of the Controlled Environment, 1890-1940”

Esther Choi
Princeton University Graduate School of Architecture, United States
“The Organization of Life: Architecture, Biotechnics, and the Life of Sciences in Great Britain, 1929-1950”

Mollie Claypool
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Consequences of Proportional Systems in Architecture”

Meredith Gaglio
Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, United States
“In Pursuit of a Softer Path: American Architecture, Countercultural Politics, and the Appropriate Technology Movement, 1965-1982”

Lori Gibbs
University of Pennsylvania School of Design, United States
“The role of architectural documentation in defining architectural heritage of Macau and Hong Kong”

Matthew Gin
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“Ephemeral Architecture and the Politics of Urban Space in France, 1715-1763”

Sarah Hearne
University of California, Los Angeles, School of the Arts and Architecture, United States
“Techniques of the Drawing, 1963-1986”

Elizabeth Knazook
Queen’s University, Art History, Canada
“Canadian Scenery, 1875”

Evangelos Kotsioris
Princeton University, Graduate School of Architecture, United States
“Komp’iuter Architecture(s), 195X-198X”

Jim Njoo
TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, Netherlands
“Cedric Price Theory in Action, Repositioning Architectural Discourse and Culture, 1960-2000”

Mischa-S Piraud
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
“La ville créative en question”

Etien Santiago
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, United States
“Concrete Architecture and the Search for a Modern Style”

Nari Shelekpayev
Université de Montréal, History Department, Canada
“Visible Power: Genesis of the Elaboration of Postcolonial Capital Cities, 1859-2004 (Based on the cases of Ottawa, Brasília, and Astana)”

Pallavi Swaranjali
Carleton University, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, Canada
“The Designed Vernacular The -Universal Indigenous- -Positioning the vernacular in a Global World”

Jingming Wu
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“The Invention of the Chinese Classical Garden”

The CCA Doctoral Students Program facilitates access to documents and resources in the CCA Library, as well to the Prints and Drawings, Archives, and Photography Collections, for doctoral students in the history of art and architecture. To learn more, visit the program page.

With the generous support of the TD Bank Group


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