Doctoral Students Program 2016

Research, June 2016 to August 2016

Matthew Allen
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“Architecture Becomes Programming: Experiments in Software and Visual Culture at Harvard’s Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Spatial Analysis (1965-75)”

Ruth Bernatek
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Audiovisual Architectures: Iannis Xenakis and the Polytope Projects (1945-1985)”

Christianna Bonin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture, United States
“Expats, Exports, Exiles: Architecture and the Emerging Expert in Weimar Germany and the Soviet Union (1917-45)”

Rui Brochado de Morais e Castro
University of Pennsylvania School of Design, United States
“Problems and Sites of the Art/Architecture Complex in New York and Italy”

Georgios Eftaxiopoulos
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Stásis, Towards a Critique of Flexibility in Architecture”

Gary Fox
University of California, Los Angeles, School of the Arts and Architecture, United States
“Environmental Simulation Laboratory”

Gökhan Kodalak
Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, United States
“Heretical Confluence Of Cedric Price And Baruch Spinoza, Towards An Affective Architecture”

Maren Koehler
University of Sydney, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, Australia
“Revisiting the Lobby of Arthur Erickson’s Bank of Canada”

Alison Loader
Concordia University, Communication Studies, Canada
“Splendid Camera Obscuras and Popular Observatories: Profanations and Spectacles of Miss Maria Short”

Masha Panteleyeva
Princeton University Graduate School of Architecture, United States
“The Socio-Spatial Turn: Form and Freedom in the Non-Official Soviet Architecture of the NER group, 1958-1970”

Melany Park
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“From Blue to White: Professionalizing Architecture in 1960s and 1970s South Korea”

Federica Soletta
Princeton University Graduate School of Architecture, United States
“The Display of Evidence: Photography at the Origin of Architectural History”

Davide Spina
ETH Zürich, Department of Architecture, Switzerland
“America in Post-War Italian Architecture 1948-1978”

Dustin Valen
McGill University, School of Architecture, Canada
“Maritime by Design: Modernity and the Social Politics of Landscape Design in Newfoundland, 1890‐1930”

Jessica Varner
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture, United States
“The Toxic Imaginary (1800-1948): Aesthetic, Legal, and Scientific Discussions of Toxic Building Materials in the Americas”

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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