Visiting Scholars 2000–2001

Research, 1 September 2000 to 31 August 2001

Theme: The Phenomenon of Paradigm Shifts in Architecture since Antiquity:

Oliver Botar, School of Art, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Topic: On Biocentrism and Modernism in Weimar German Architecture and Art

Fabrizio Nevola, School of Architecture, Syracuse University Florence, Italy
Topic: Siena, 1450-1520: From ‘Medieval’ to ‘Renaissance’ City

Alessandra Ponte, School of Architecture, Princeton University, Princeton, United States
Topic: Strange Science: Obsessions in Architectural Thinking, 1830-1930

Theme: Architecture and the Critical Debate after 1945:

Edward Dimendberg, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States
Topic: Postwar Architecture and Urbanism and the Mass Media

Hélène Jannière, École nationale supérieure d’Architecture de Clermont-Ferrand, France
Topic: La critique architecturale, Italie et Grande-Bretagne, 1945-1965

Maria Cecilia Loschiavo Dos Santos, USP-Universidad de São Paulo, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, São Paulo, Brazil
Topic: Architecture, Design and Homelessness in Global Cities

Thomas McDonough, Department of Art History, Binghamton University, Vestal, United States
Topic: Spontaneous Composition: The Choreography of New York’s Streets

Alice Thomine, Centre des archives du monde du travail, Roubaix, France
Topic: L’influence des expériences architecturales de l’Afrique du Nord après 1945

Belgin Turan, Faculty of Architecture, METU-Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Topic: Memory and Loss in the Architecture of Aldo Rossi

Mercedes Lucia Velez-White, Universidad Nacional de Colombia : Facultad de Arquitectura, Medellin, Colombia
Topic: On the Development of Modern Architectural Terms and Meaning in Medellin and the Antioquenian Region


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