Dr. Frederike Lausch
RWTH Aachen University, Teaching and Research Area Theory of Architecture
Frederike Lausch studied architecture at Bauhaus-University Weimar and METU in Ankara. Her Master Thesis “Architektenausbildung in Weimar: 29 Lebensläufe zwischen DDR und BRD“ (Architecture Education in Weimar: 29 biographies between the GDR and FRG) was published in 2015. She worked as a researcher and lecturer at Goethe-University Frankfurt (2014–2018) and at TU Darmstadt (2018–2019); and she was coordinator of the CCSA (2017–2018). In 2019 she held a fellowship from the Wüstenrot Foundation to conduct the research project “Fascism and Architecture. Max Bächer’s interest in Albert Speer” (CCSA Topics 2). She wrote her Ph.D. on translation processes between Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy and the US-American architectural discourse of the Anyone Corporation in the 1990s. Since 2020 she is a postdoctoral researcher at the Teaching and Research Area Theory of Architecture at RWTH Aachen University.