Visiting Scholars 2008–2009

Research, 23 March 2009 to 30 October 2009

Esra Akcan, University of Illinois, Chicago, United States
Topic: Modernity in Translation: Geopolitical Interactions in Residential Culture

Christopher Drew Armstrong, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States
Topic: Julien-David LeRoy and the Making of Architectural History

Christina Cogdell, College of Santa Fe, Gainesville, United States
Topic: Emergent Genetic Architecture: How Recent Scientific Theories Are Shaping Contemporary Architecture

Maaike Lauwaert, Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Topic: Architecture 2.0? On Changing Architectural Practices in a Many-to-Many Culture

David Monteyne, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
Topic: Incorporating Structures : Histories of Canadian Cultural Landscapes

Katherine Romba, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
Topic: Conceptualizing Modern Industrial Culture: The Professional Discourses of German Architects and Engineers

Volker M. Welter, University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
Topic: Toward an History of Environmental Architecture


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