Visiting Scholars 2009

Research, 23 March 2009 to 30 October 2009
Esra Akcan
University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
“Modernity in Translation: Geopolitical Interactions in Residential Culture”
Christopher Drew Armstrong
University of Pittsburgh, United States
“Virtù-vious: Roman Architecture, Renaissance Virtue”
Christina Cogdell
University of California, Davis, United States
“The Gene in Context: Organic Complex Systems as a Model for Generative Architecture”
Maaike Lauwaert
Mondriaan Foundation, The Netherlands
“Architecture 2.0?”
David Monteyne
University of Calgary, Canada
“Incorporating Structures: Histories of Canadian Cultural Landscapes”
Katherine Romba
Queen’s University, Canada
“Conceptualizing Modern Industrial Culture: The Professional Discourses of German Architects and Engineers”
Volker M. Welter
University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
“Toward an History of Environmental Architecture”

Invited scholars
Marco Frascari
Carleton University, Canada
Samantha Hardingham
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
Robert Levine
California State University, Fresno, United States
Sina Najafi
Editor in Chief and Co-founder, Cabinet magazine, United States

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