Doctoral Students Program 2011

Research, February 2011 to November 2011

Alejandra Celedon
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Rhetorics of the Plan: Architecture and the City”

Nathalie Chabiland
Institut national d’histoire de l’art, France
“L’industrie verrière et l’innovation en architecture de 1900 à 1975”

Mark Clintberg
Concordia University, Canada
“Antonin Carême’s Edible Follies and his Proposed Embellishment of St Petersburg”

Daniela Fabricius
Princeton University, United States
“The Abstraction of Numbers: Design and Calculation in West Germany 1960-1985”

Marie-Luce Fourchet
Institut national d’histoire de l’art, France
“Parcours croisés d’Ernest Cormier et de Pierre Patout”

Vanessa Grossman
Princeton University, United States
“Architecture and the French Left (1945-1989)”

Yoonchun Jung
McGill University, Canada
“Between History and Tradition: Architectural Modernity in Japanese Exhibitions”

Jordan Kauffman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
“Drawing on Architecture: The Socioaesthetics of Architectural Drawing, 1964-1990”

Taeyoung Kim
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Fun Palace – Tracing the Framework”

Diogo Seixas Lopes
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
“Melancholy in the Architecture of Aldo Rossi”

Lia Maston
Université de Montréal, Canada
“First Wave Environmental Architecture in Canada 1960‐1980”

Mariana Mogilevich
Harvard University, United States
“Designing the Open City: Lessons from Lindsay’s New York”

Elizabeth McFarland
Cornell University, United States
“Poor Containers Improved: The Evolution of British Workhouse Policy and Design, ca. 1850-1900”

Ivonne Santoyo Orozco
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Urban Composition as a Total Work of Art”

Alexandra Quantrill
Columbia University, United States
“Technology Transfer in Modern Architecture and Research Practices, England & USA, 1880-1980”

Enrique Ramirez
Princeton University, United States
“‘Le Vol Sans Battement’ and Other Airs of Modernity in France, 1881-1914”

Daniel Talesnik
Columbia University, United States
“The Red Bauhaus goes to Latin America”

Julia Tischer
McGill University, Canada
“Immigrant Working-Class Landscapes Inside (and Around) Montreal Bathhouse Architecture,1905-65”

Leonardo Zuccaro Marchi
Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy
“[Il Cuore della Città] The Heart(s) of the City. A Theoretical and Historical Discourse since CIAM 8”

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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