Doctoral Students Program 2017

Research, June 2017 to August 2017

Ioanna Angelidou
Yale School of Architecture, United States
“Architecture in Fragments: Conceptual History as Design Theory 1958-1989”

Aleksandr Bierig
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“The Architecture of Coal Exchange : Energy, Economy, and the Built Environment in Britain, 1666–1849”

Stephanie Chipeur
McGill University, Faculty of Law, Canada
“Contesting Codes: Canadian Disability Rights Movements and Access to the Built Environment”

Dariel Cobb
Massechussett Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Planning, United States
“Building Négritude: Francophonie, Tropicalité, and Invented Tradition (A Speculative Black Modernity)”

Salvatore Dellaria
Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, United States
“When Does It Mean?: Architecture, History, and the Postmodern Condition”

Miguel Eufrasia
Universidade de Coimbra, Department of Architecture, Portugal
“Critical Sustainability: The Ecologies of Contemporary Architecture”

Michael Faciejew
Princeton University, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities, United States
“A World within the World: Architecture and Documentation, 1895-1939”

Christina Gray
University of California, Los Angeles, Architecture and Urban Design Department, United States
“Experience Environments: Showroom Architecture in Postmodern America”

Mathilde de Laage de Meux
Université de Montréal, Faculté de l’aménagement, Canada
“L’essor d’une architecture agro forestière : la caractérisation d’un front nordique au Québec au XIXe siècle”

Sang Pil Lee
University of Pennsylvania School of Design, United States
“Architecture and Globalism in the First Electronic Age: Archigram, Hans Hollein, Arata Isozaki, and the Pursuit of Invisible Environments”

Rebecca Lemire
Concordia University, Department of Art History, Canada
“Indigenizing Modernism: Organic Modern Architecture in North America and Indigenous Design Practices”

Jasper Ludewig
University of Sydney, School of Architecture, Design and Planning, Australia
“Grundriss: architecture, materiality, representation 1950-1960”

Kieran Mahon
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“Experimental Environments: The Architecture of England’s Progressive Schools, 1914-1939”

Manuel Montenegro
ETH Zürich, Department of Architecture, Switzerland
“The School of Porto. Engaged criticality and agonism, between participation and authority, since ’74”

Marcos Amado Petroli
Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Architecture, United States
“The Turn to History: Arches and Vaults in the Work of Louis Kahn, Philip Johnson, Edward Durell Stone, and Wallace Harrison”

Phoebus Panigyrakis
TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, Netherlands
“The Architectural Record, 1942-1967: Introducing Architects to an Era of Affluence”

Stefan Popa
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Earth Games, International ecological debates within the 60s and 70s Canada”

Julia Smachylo
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“Historical Transformations of Nature and Urban Growth”

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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