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Di 28.06.2022

CCSA Talk

»Archives, Displacement and the Re-edition of Max Cetto’s „Modern Architecture in Mexico“«

Cristina López Uribe, Salvador Lizárraga Sánchez, Susanne Dussel Peters and Daniela Ortiz dos Santos

Sommersemester 2022

Talk & Conversation

»CCSA TALKS«

Sommersemester 2022

AO Ringvorlesung

»Entworfene Ordnungen«

Workshops

25.05. – 30.06.2022

»Architectural History and International Organizations Reflecting on Sources and Methods«

Summer Semester

»UNESCO MAKING ARCHITECTURE CULTURE«

Daniela Ortiz dos Santos

Summer Semester 2022

»Which Histories?«

Carsten Ruhl & Daniela Ortiz dos Santos

Externe Veranstaltungen

Prof. Dr. Kathleen James-Chakraborty

29.09.2017

Kathleen James-Chakraborty has been Professor of Art History at UCD since 2007. From 2007 to 2010 she served as Head of the UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy. A graduate of Yale, James-Chakraborty earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught at the University of Minnesota, at the University of California Berkeley, where she was Professor of Architecture, and at the Ruhr University Bochum, where she was a Mercator guest professor. She spent the autumn semesters of 2015 and 2016 at the Yale School of Architecture as the Vincent Scully Visiting Professor of Architectural History.

Elected to the Royal Irish Academy in 2011, she is currently on the board of the Chester Beatty Library and of the National Museum of Ireland. She was from 2012 to 2015 the Chair of the Board of the Irish Architecture Foundation and from 2008-2012 the Irish representative to the International Congress of Art Historians.

In addition, she has been a Gambrinus Fellow at the Technical University in Dortmund and twice chaired the Alice Davis Hitchcock Prize committee for the Society of Architectural Historians (US). She also organised the fourth international conference of the European Architectural History Network, held in Dublin Castle on 2-4 June 2016.

Dr. Martino Stierli

28.09.2017

Martino Stierli ist seit März 2015 der Chefkurator für Architektur und Design am Museum of Modern Art in New York. Zuvor war er Professor für Architektur- und Kunstgeschichte am Kunsthistorischen Institut der Universität Zürich (SNF-Förderprofessur). Auf der 14. Architekturbiennale von Venedig war er mit dem Beitrag The Architecture of Hedonism: Three Villas in the Island of Capri vertreten. Er hat Ausstellungen zu einer Vielzahl von Themen kuratiert, unter anderem Las Vegas Studio: Images from the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown mit diversen internationalen Stationen zwischen 2008 und 2014.

Dr. Olga Touloumi

27.09.2017

Olga Touloumi is Assistant Professor of Art History at Bard College. Her work focuses on the history of modern architecture and addresses questions of governmentality, internationalism, and media theory. Her book-in-progress examines spaces of global governance since the outbreak of World War II and the new ideas about publics, citizenship, and communication that they articulated. Her research has received support from Harvard University, the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, the Canadian Center for Architecture, and the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation. Her writing has appeared in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Buildings & Landscapes, Thresholds, among others. She is a co-founding member of the Feminist Art and Architecture Collaborative.

Prof. Dr. Anselm Wagner

26.09.2017

Anselm Wagner, geb. 1965, studierte Kunstgeschichte, Philosophie und Klassische Archäologie in Salzburg und München, war Mitbegründer und erster Leiter der Galerie 5020 in Salzburg und danach Redakteur der Kunstzeitschriften frame und spike. Seit 2010 ist er Professor für Architekturtheorie und Leiter des Instituts für Architekturtheorie, Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften der TU Graz. Zuvor lehrte er als Gastprofessor u.a. an der TU Wien und der University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Wagner ist Leiter des FWF-Forschungsprojekts The Sun Houses of Konrad Frey und Herausgeber der Buchreihe architektur + analyse bei jovis, Berlin. Jüngste Publikationen: Staub. Eine interdisziplinäre Perspektive (zus. mit Daniel Gethmann, Wien-Berlin 2013); Konrad Frey: Haus Zankel. Experiment Solararchitektur (zus. mit Ingrid Böck, Berlin 2013); Is There (Anti-)Neoliberal Architecture? (zus. mit Ana Jeinic, Berlin 2013). In Vorbereitung: Popular Terms in Architecture: A Dictionary und Architekturführer Graz (zus. mit Sophia Walk).