Doctoral Research Residency Program 2020

Research, June 2020 to August 2020

Émelie Desrochers-Turgeon
Carleton University, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism “Archived Grounds Stories – Cornelia Hahn Oberlander and Arthur Erickson shaping terrain in Vancouver”

Aurélie Dupuis
École Fédérale Polytechnique de Lausanne, Faculté de l’environnement, architectural et construit
“Hejduk’s Masques remain: drawing, urban performativity and the virtual”

Robin Hartanto Honggare
Columbia University, GSAPP
“Architectures of the Colonial Plantations in the Dutch East Indies, 1830-1942”

Hanan Kataw
Harvard University, GSD
“Discourse Practices: The making of the Digital Discourse in Architecture, 1993-2013”

Eliyahu Keller
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art program
“Drawing Apocalypse: Architectural Imagination in the Nuclear Age”

Alex Maymind
University of California, Los Angeles, Architecture and Urban Design
“Institutionalizing Knowledge and Knowledge Games: The Institute of Architecture & Urban Studies: 1967-84”

Magdalena Milosz
McGill University, Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture
“Settlement’s Secret: Indigenous Space and Settler-Colonial Architectural Archives”

Jessica Ngan
Princeton University, School of Architecture
“A Mule Walks Into an Architect’s Office: environmental crisis and agricultural technologies in architecture, 1964-1978”

Savia Palate
University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture
“Towards a flexible domesticity: The boundary between architectural freedom and state-led standards in Western Europe, 1950s-1960s”

Jonatan Palmblad
Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München, Rachel Carson Center
“Technics and the Environment: Lewis Mumford and the Ecology of the Thousand-Legged Machine”

Ecem Sariçayir
Cornell University, Department of Architecture “Designing the Periphery, Reading the Margins: Soviet Architectural Projects in Non-Russian Union Republics”

Ensar Temizel
Middle East Technical University, Graduate Program in Architectural History
“Revisiting Pask and Price: A Comparative Study on the Conceptualization of Human-Machine Relationship in Fun Palace and Japan Net Projects”

Mechelle Tian
Hong Kong University, Faculty of Architecture
“Boat and Invisible Sands: uncovering a floating world of Pearl River Estuary”

Gerlinde Verhaeghe
ETH Zurich, Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (GTA) “The Playful Cabinet: Role-play and self-representation in Mollino’s cabinet interiors”

Angela Wheeler
Harvard University, GSD
“Trial and Era: Preserving Urban Heritage Across the Iron Curtain, 1953-1990”

Katerina Zacharopoulou
University College London, Bartlett School of Architecture
“Designing for amusement: From the intention to the interpretation of humour in Post-Modern architectural works”

Haohao Zhu
Southeast University, Nanjing, School of Architecture
“Theory and Practice of “Bigness” in Contemporary Urban Architecture:Taking Rem Koolhaas as the Clue”

The CCA Doctoral Research Residency 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.


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