Visiting Scholars 2018

Research, June 2018 to September 2018

Elisa Dainese
Dalhousie University, Canada

“Architectural Culture in Translation: Postwar Cities and African Villages”

Lina Malfona
Rome Sapienza, Italy

“Political Mind: Alvaro Siza’s Urban Projects From the SAAL Operation to Affordable Housing”

Whitney Moon
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, United States

“Entangled Modernities: State Space in Modern Mexico”

Hans-Georg von Arburg
Université de Lausanne, Switzerland

“The Last Dwelling: Housing Scenes in Existential Modernity (ca. 1880–1940)”

Martina Hrabová
Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

“The Geography of an Intellectual Field: The Social Network of Le Corbusier’s Studio”


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