Doctoral Research Residency Program 2022

Residency, June 2023 to September 2023

Ariele Dionne-Krosnick
McGill University, Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture
“Swimming Studies: Pool Segregation in the United States (1950-70)”

Asya Ece Uzmay
Cornell University, Department of Architecture
“Making, Telling and Exhibiting Hygiene: Architectures of the New Standards of Hygiene in World Expos and International Hygiene Exhibitions”

Christian Alex Saavedra Martinez
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, School of Architecture
“‘From Devil´s Toy to Olympic grounds’: Skateboarding Montreal´s public space, 1966 – 2019”

Clara Pollak
Technische Universität München, Chair of History of Architecture and Curatorial Practice
“Exhibiting CIAM – An in-depth study of Wells Coates, Mart Stam and Hazen Sise”

Demetra Vogiatzaki
Harvard University, GSD
“Constructing the Enlightenment Dream: Pragmatism and Imagination in Jacques-Guillaume Legrand’s Songe de Poliphile (1804)”

Elliott Sturtevant
Columbia University, GSAPP
“‘Nature’s Storehouse is Man’s Benefactor’: Abundance, Corporatism, and Hydropower along the Niagara Frontier”

George Jepson
Architectural Association School of Architecture
“Photography, Typology, and Empire: The Logistics of Domestic Production and Colonial Extraction, Manchester 1850-1915”

Hamish Lonergan
ETH Zurich, Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (GTA)
“Tacit (Re)Turns: Encounters in architectural education, 1970s and 2020s”

Iva Resetar
Berlin University of the Arts, Institute for Architecture and Urban Planning, Chair for Digital and Experimental Design
“Heat Flows and Phase Transitions as Forms of Environmental Maintenance”

Maria Rius Ruiz
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Future Urban Collectives Lab
“‘Inhabited Utopias’, Gaudí Neighbourhood”

Putrikinasih Santoso
The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture
“Exposing Infrastructural Landscapes: Photography, Colonial Imagination, and the Global Network of Engineers”

Shota Vashakmadze
University of California, Los Angeles, Architecture and Urban Design
“The Intermediary Archive: Contextualizing Born Digital Artifacts”

Taro Zheming Cai
University of Toronto, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design
“Chinese landscape architecture as a transnational exchange of landscape epistemologies and practices: the case of West Lake of Hangzhou, China”

Yannick Etoundi
Brown University, Department of the History of Art and Architecture
“Contemporary Sudano-Sahelian Architecture”

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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