Doctoral Research Residency Program 2023

Residency, June 2023 to September 2023

Alejandro Saldana Perales
Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Architecture
“Parks and Urban Development: Framing the architectural strategies of park design & assessment as tools for the development of the North American urban landscape through seven (7) case-studies”

Anna Renken
University of Toronto, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
“Design with Environmental Systems: Experiments in Ecological Building, c.1970-1990”

Ariel Florencia Richards
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, School of Architecture
“Huecos, Making holes as a way of experiencing mourning in space: the work of Matta-Clark”

Chenchen Yan
Princeton University, School of Architecture
“Felice Beato and the Militarized Photography of Chinese Architecture”

Duy Mac
University College of London, The Bartlett School of Architecture
“On the Idea of the European Union in Asia: Arata Isozaki’s Mirage City Project at the Intersection of Digital Design and Political Philosophy”

Eun-Jeong Kim
Cornell University, Department of Architecture
“Architecture of Foreign Aid and Expertise on Unknown Lands”

Inês Nunes
Universidade de Coimbra, Department of Architecture
“Unveiling Jane Drew’s Legacy in Chandigarh: Insights from Pierre Jeanneret and Aditya Prakash’s Archives”

Justine Holzman
Princeton University, Department of History of Science
“International Science and the Igloolik Laboratory in the Canadian High Arctic”

Laura Pannekoek
Concordia University, Department of Communications Studies
“Scoping Out the Frontier: Land Surveying as Territorial Mediation”

Lu Zhang
The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture
“Reading Marginalized Images: Women Labor and Urban China in Early Chinese Photography”

Melanie Ball
University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, Architectural History
“Between Crisis and Experiment: Housing as Pedagogy at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies c.1972”

Romain David
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
“The Universal OMA: Immaterial Labour and the Corporate Imagination”

Sophia Higgerson
Brown University, Department of the History of Art and Architecture
“Alpine Imaginaries: Organicism, Authenticity, and Modern Architecture in the Alps”

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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