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Ioanna Angelidou, MPhil

The Dean's Fund for Research, Yale School of Architecture, September bis November 2019

Juliane-und-Franz-Roh-Stipendiatin am Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Juni bis September 2019




Gruppe/n: Ehemalige Stipendiaten

Vita

Ioanna Angelidou studied architecture at Columbia University in New York and Aristotle University in Greece, and worked as an architect and curator in Europe and Japan. She was awarded an MPhil with Distinction in the History and Theory of Architecture from Yale University, where she is currently completing her PhD. Her publications include contributions to the journals Arch+, Log, GA Document, and San Rocco as well as the books Aldo Rossi: Perspectives from the World (Poligrafo; Politecnico di Milano, 2019), Writing Place: Literary Practices in Art and Architecture (010-NAi Publishers; Delft University, 2016), Archiscripts (Birkhäuser; Institut für Architekturtheorie TU Graz, 2015), and Small Tokyo (Keio University Press, 2012). She is the recipient of research grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Getty Research Institute, the Society of Architectural Historians, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and the MacMillan Center for International Studies, among others, as well as the John F. Enders Fellowship in the Sciences and Humanities, and a Visual Arts Grant from the Japan Foundation.

[Stand: Juni 2019]