Christiane Fuelscher is a postdoctoral art historian and architect. Her research focus lies in the areas of architectural history and theory since 1800 with a special emphasis on East and West European modern movement and post-war architecture and its cultural- as well as socio-political relevance. She holds degrees in architecture from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and in history of art from the University of Hamburg. As architect, she worked in numerous offices in Hamburg, Porto Alegre (Brasil) and Darmstadt.
She was a long-term research associate at the institute of architectural history, Stuttgart University. There she defended her doctoral thesis German Embassies. Between Adaptation and Distinction successfully in July 2019. It was published in June 2021 at Jovis Verlag in Berlin. As well, Christiane Fuelscher was member of the European network Werkbund Housing Estates, that presented 2016 the six estates of the interwar period in the architecture museum Wrocław on the occasion of the year of European capital of culture. Besides scientific papers in periodicals like Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, Forum Stadt, AIT and edited volumes, she co-edited the Stuttgart Architecture Guide, presenting constructions since 1900 and published in 2017. Recently she had a teaching assignment for basic lecture and seminar at the GTA, Darmstadt Technical University. In her current research project, she explores the teaching of design at German departments of architecture at the beginning of the 20th century.