Doctoral Students Program 2012

Research, June 2012 to August 2012

Wesley Aelbrecht
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Surveying the Sprawling American city: Photography and Urbanisation in the 6os and 70s”

Pep Avilés
Princeton University, United States
“Rhetoric, Technology and Ornament in Postwar Architecture (1947-1961)”

Julia Morgan Charles
McGill University, Canada
“Reinforced: Concrete as a Cultural Form in the Construction of Montreal”

Isabella Friso
Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy
“A Tale of Two Cities: Louis I. Kahn Projects for Venezia and La Jolla”

Niloofar Kakhi
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Identity Disinterred: The Uses and Abuses of a Past in Representation of a Present”

Duks Koschitz
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
“David Huffman’s Analytical Approach to Physical Models as Computational Design”

Alessandra Mariani
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
“Pratique interdisciplinaire de Diller Scofidio + Renfro ou l’architecture du champ élargi”

Andrea Merrett
Columbia University, United States
“Feminism in American Architecture, 1968-2001”

Yetunde Olaiya
Princeton University, United States
“Artifact: SCET, ATEA-SETAP, and the Parapluie-Parasol (1955-67)”

Daria Ricchi
Princeton University, United States
“Translation, Fiction, and Historiography in Italian Architectural Literature, 194X–196X”

Daniela dos Santos
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
“Le Corbusier and the Journey to Brazil in 1929: Voyages, Writings, Architecture, Networking”

Todd Satter
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
“Architecture and the Temporalizing of Space”

Sebastian Schmidt
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
“Urban and Architectural Visions of Osaka’s EXPO 70”

Abigail Shapiro
McGill University, Canada
“Intersections in Women’s Installation Art and Architecture in New York: 1960–1980”

Eva Sopolegou
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Seamless Architecture: Fabricating Comfort Between Clothes and Cities”

Olga Touloumi
Harvard University, United States
“Sound Control, Communication, and the Total Environment, 1940–1978”

Marrikka Trotter
Harvard University, United States
“Bruno Taut, Hugo Häring, and the Geological Imagination in German Architecture”

Federica Vannucchi
Princeton University, United States
“Exposing Autonomy: The 15th Triennale (1973)”

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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