Ringvorlesung "Architectural Research"

Isabelle Doucet is Professor of Theory and History of Architecture at the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology. Her research focuses on the relationship between architecture, (urban) politics, and social/environmental responsibility, which she examines through both conceptual-methodological inquiries and historical and contemporary cases. Ongoing research focuses on women in architecture after 1968. She is the author of The Practice Turn in Architecture. Brussels after 1968 (2015). Recent editorial projects include the edited volume Activism at Home. Architects Dwelling between Politics, Aesthetics, and Resistance, coedited with Janina Gosseye (2021), and the thematic issue “Resist Reclaim Speculate: Situated Perspectives on Architecture and the City”, coedited with Hélène Frichot, in Architectural Theory Review (2018). Isabelle is a member of the steering committee of the Architecture Humanities Research Association (AHRA), an advisory board member of the journal Dimensions. Journal of Architectural Knowledge, and scientific committee member of the journal CLARA Architecture/Recherche.

Online-Vortrag via Webex: Isabelle Doucet (Chalmers University of Technology): "(Hi)stories that Resist/Persist"
Donnerstag, 26. Jänner 2023, 19:00 Uhr
Webex: https://tinyurl.com/isabelledoucet

16. + 17.11.2023