Eliana Perotti (ETH Zürich)

Eliana Perotti holds a Ph.D. in art history and works as a senior researcher at the Chair  for the History of Urban Design (gta) at the ETH Zurich. Her research and publication interests include the history and theory of urban design and architecture of the 19th and 20th centuries.

 Miguel Angel def Miguel Ángel Alonso del Val (Universidad de Navarra)

Miguel Ángel Alonso del Val, Ph D Architect, is Chair Professor of Design at the University of Navarra where he leads the doctoral programme in Applied Creativity. Trained at Columbia University with prof. Kenneth Frampton and AA London with prof. Royston Landau, he directed the architecture’s doctoral programme until 2008. He has also taught at the ETSAM and IE School of Architecture (Madrid), and many European, American and LatinAmerican universities. Researcher and evaluator in the creative fields of theory of design and history of Modern Architecture, his work as Principal of AH Asociados has won more than seventy first awards in professional competitions and it has been exhibited and published in numerous exhibitions, catalogues, books and journals.

Jorge Manuel Simao Jorge Manuel Simão Alves Correia (Universidade do Minho)

Jorge Manuel Simon Alves Correia is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture (EAUM) and a researcher at the Landscape, Heritage and Territory Lab (Lab2PT), both in the University of Minho, Portugal. His main research interests are devoted to the Portuguese early-modern colonial sphere, the cultural faces and challenges of heritage, as well as traditional Islamic cities, regularly publishing books or book chapters, articles and proceedings papers in these fields. Recently, he was the general chair of the EAHN 2010 conference, a visiting scholar fellow at the CCA (Canada) and guest professor at UFRJ (Brazil) and UJI (Spain).

hilde heynen Hilde Heynen (KU Leuven)

Hilde Heynen is Full Professor and Chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Leuven. Her research focuses on issues of modernity, modernism and gender in architecture. She is the author of Architecture and Modernity. A Critique (MIT Press, 1999) and the co-editor of Back from Utopia. The Challenge of the Modern Movement (with Hubert-Jan Henket, 010, 2001), Negotiating Domesticity. Spatial productions of gender in modern architecture (with Gülsüm Baydar, Routledge, 2005) and The SAGE Handbook Architectural Theory (with Greig Crysler and Stephen Cairns, Sage, 2012). She regularly publishes in journals such as The Journal of Architecture and Home Cultures.

Josean Jose Ángel Medina (Universidad de Navarra)

José Ángel Medina Murua is the Dean of the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. His PhD was focused on the development of the Modern Movement in Spain in the 30s. The results of this research have been reported in numerous publications and international conferences. His research is complemented by the professional praxis of architecture, whose work has been awarded by different prizes.

javier martinez def Javier Martínez (Universidad de Navarra)

Javier Martínez González is nowadays Student’s Deputy Director in the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra. He develops his research activity in the department of Theory and History of Architecture, which he is part of since 2001. His research focuses primarily on the history of twentieth century Spanish architecture, subject which he is teaching, and on different issues of architectural historiography.


Phd Candidates of the School of Architecture (Universidad de Navarra)


Elena Lacilla. Phd Candidate of the School of Architecture (Universidad de Navarra)


Escuela de Arquitectura    In collaboration with: EAHN

With the support of: Museo    logo byn

Sponsored by:  EAHNCOAVNQ_sup_fundacion_arquia-cmyk congresos.191KB


leave a reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s