Visiting Scholars 2000–2001

Research, 1 September 2000 to 31 August 2001
Oliver Botar
University of Manitoba, Canada
Edward Dimendberg
University of Michigan, United States
Hélène Jannière
École nationale supérieure d’Architecture de Clermont-Ferrand, France
Maria Cecilia Loschiavo Dos Santos
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil
Thomas McDonough
The State University of New York at Binghamton, United States
Fabrizio Nevola
Syracuse University in Florence, Italy
Alessandra Ponte
Princeton University, United States
Alice Thomine
Archives nationales du monde du travail, France
Belgin Turan
METU—Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Mercedes Lucia Velez-White
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia

The themes of the Visiting Scholars program in 2000-2001 were “The Phenomenon of Paradigm Shifts in Architecture since Antiquity” and “Architecture and the Critical Debate after 1945.”

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