Doctoral Students Program 2007

Research, January 2007 to November 2007

Lucia Allais
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
“Will to War, Will to Art: Cultural Internationalism and the Modernist Aesthetics of Monuments”

Richard Anderson
Columbia University, United States
“Industries of Realism: History, Theory, and Technology in Soviet Architecture, 1932-1941”

Anja Borck
Concordia University, Canada
“More than one Life: Industrial and Commercial Heritage Architecture in Quebec and Germany with Change in Function”

Dana Broadbent
McGill University, Canada
“An Architecture of Disappearance: Resistance and Remembrance in Contemporary Art and Architecture”

Craig Buckley
Princeton University, United States
“Beyond the Graphic: Architectural Montage in the 1960s and 1970s”

Nancy Cuthbert
University of Victoria, Canada
“The Fountain Sculptures of George Tsutakawa: Shaping Metal, Water, and Urban Public Space”

Leonardo Díaz-Borioli
Princeton University, United States
“Luis Barragán: Poetics and Politics of an Other Modernity”

Leila Farah
McGill University, Canada
“Sustaining a Settlement: Foodways and Food Paths in Pre-industrial Montréal”

Urtzi Grau
Princeton University, United States

Lydia Kallipoliti
Princeton University, United States
“Mission Galactic Household: The Resurgence of Cosmological Imagination in the Architecture of the 1960s”

Inhye Kang
McGill University, Canada
“Creating Empire: The Representation of the Colonies at Expositions in Pre-War Japan”

Carole Lévesque
Université de Montréal, Canada
“Dispositifs architecturaux et exploration spatiale de la ville : le cas de l’installation architecturale”

Carolina Mangone
University of Toronto, Canada
“Bernini’s Imitatio Buonarroti at St. Peter’s”

Alma Mikulinsky
University of Toronto, Canada
“Failed Monumentality and the Private Life of Picasso’s Sculptures”

Inderbir Singh Riar
Columbia University, United States
“‘The Masque of the Future’: Expo 67, the Megastructure, and the Architecture of Late Modernity”

Nicholas Roquet
McGill University, Canada
“Life in Costume: the Architectural Fictions and Anachronisms of William Burges”

Deborah J. Watt
University of British Columbia, Canada
“Le Corbusier and the Politics of Post-Coloniality”

Michael J. Windover
University of British Columbia, Canada
“Fashioning the Modern Citizen: Art Deco and the Spatial Economies of Pleasure”

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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