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The Steering Group meets approximately twice per year to discuss future activities such as events and collaborative research projects, as well as responding to institutional policy developments. Membership of this group is limited but will be rotated according to demand. If you would like to get involved with planning the future direction of AHRA, or suggesting new initiatives such as conferences or regional events, please contact one of the coordinators or any member of the current Steering Group:

Name Institution or Organisation Job Title Country Research Interests
Dr Hugh Campbell University College Dublin, Ireland Senior Lecturer Ireland modern space; self/consciousness; identity; psychology; politics; representation; photography; city
Dr Gerald Adler University of Kent, Canterbury Lecturer United Kingdom Arts & Crafts; garden city; modernism in Germany
Dr Gordana Korolija Fontana-Giusti University of Kent, Canterbury Professor United Kingdom Architectural theory; historiography; urban history+ theory; representation; water; theatre
Dr Lorens Holm University of Dundee Reader United Kingdom Architecture; Urbanism; Psychoanalysis; Philosophy
Professor Suzanne Ewing University of Edinburgh Professor of Architectural Criticism United Kingdom Theory-practice relations in Architecture; discourses of studio and field in design; site/work and field/work; innovative collaborative practices; city|speculations; …
Dr Simon Pepper University of Liverpool Professor United Kingdom Architectural history; military fortifications; UK high-rise; libraries
Professor Peg Rawes The Bartlett - UCL Professor United Kingdom Philosophy; embodiment; spatio-temporality; aesthetics; geometric figures
Dr Teresa Stoppani Architectural Association, London, UK Lecturer in History and Theory Studies United Kingdom Architectural Theory; Design & Urban Environment; Spatial Practices; Tafuri; Piranesi; Venice; Representation; Dust.
Dr Fabiano Lemes de Oliveira University of Portsmouth United Kingdom Urbanism, modern movement in architecture and urbanism, landscape architecture
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