Anna-Maria Meister has held the tenure-track professorship in architectural theory and science since the winter semester 2019. She works at the intersection of architectural history and theory with architectural practice and criticism on the one hand, and history of technology on the other.
Her inaugural lecture will take place as part of the Wednesday Evening Lectures.
Mi., 29.06.2022, 18 Uhr c.t.
Gebäude L3|01 Raum 93
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Prior to dissertation at Princeton University and a postdoctoral fellowship at TU Munich, she received a Master of Science in Architecture from Columbia University and a diploma from TU Munich. She worked as an architect for five years and was a fellow at the Max Planck Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Her work has been supported by the Graham Foundation, the Berlin Program of Humboldt University, and the DAAD, among others. Her research has been published in Harvard Design Magazine, Volume, Uncube, Baumeister, Arch+, and as a book chapter in Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence (Routledge, 2013), among others. The collaborative project “Radical Pedagogies,” which Meister co-curated and co-edited, was exhibited at the 2013 Lisbon Triennale and the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale, where it was awarded a “Special Mention.” The global study gathers contributions on experiments in architectural pedagogy of the 1960s and 1970s by more than 60 authors*. The book on this project was published on May 17, 2022. Anna-Maria Meisters