Doctoral Students Program 2018

Research, June 2018 to August 2018

Samaa Elimam
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, United States
“The Polytechnicien’s Pen: Public Works, Technique, and Power in the Nile Valley, 1780-1848”

Athanasiou Geolas
Cornell University, United States
“Architectural Taxidermy”

Alan Avorgbedor
Concordia University, Canada
“Compositionality and the Hermeneutic Encounter”

Laura O’Brien
McGill University, Canada
“Visible/Invisible: Uncovering the Architectural Network of the Montreal WCTU Shelter, 1887–1910”

Hugo D. Moline
University of Sydney, Australia
“The realistic utopia. Propositional critique in architectures of participation”

Summer Sutton
Yale University, United States
“ANY Journal Production Analysis (1991–2001)”

Alfredo Thiermann
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
“Radio-Activities. The Architecture of Broadcasting in Cold War Germany”

Curt Gambetta
Princeton University, United States
“Substitutions of Modernity: Materials and Subalternity in postcolonial India”

Luis Baptista
University of Coimbra, Portugal
“Point de Folie: Deconstruction Strategies in Contemporary Architecture 1978–2001”

Matthieu Caron
University of Toronto, Canada
“Nocturnal Landscapes: Liberties and Cultures of the Night in Montréal, 1960–1990”

Valeria Tellez Niemeyer
Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
“Environnements nocturnes. Évolution technologique et esthétique de l’éclairage électrique dans les villes d’Amérique du Nord et d’Europe”

Hicham Awad
Harvard University, Film Studies, United States
“Architectures of Real-Time: Information, Visualization, and Control from the New York Stock Exchange to Hollywood”

Carlo Menon
The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, United Kingdom
“‘Little’ Architectural Magazines of the Early 21st Century. Critical Editorial Devices and Collective Practice, In and Out of Academia”

Erik Carver
Columbia University, United States
“Ordering Modernity: How Nineteenth Century Architectural Classicists Built a Techno-Cultural System”

Kevin Berry
University of Pennsylvania, United States
“Adolf Behne and the ‘Western Marxism’ of the neues Bauen”

Lukas Pauer
Architectural Association School of Architecture, United Kingdom
“Staging Facts on the Ground”

Bushra Nayeem
University of Kansas, United States
“The Other Architecture of Minimum Cost Housing Group”

Megan Eardley
Princeton University, United States
“Extracting Space: architecture and deep-level mining ca. 1953”

Marianna Charitonidou
Université Paris Nanterre, France
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
“The modes of representation of Peter Eisenman, John Hejduk, Aldo Rossi and Bernard Tschumi: the ‘observer’ vis-à-vis the strategies of de-codification”

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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