His attitude to project work adopts a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary approach coupled with the expectation of yielding the best possible result in working as part of a design collective that assimilates the diverse inputs of technology, manufacturing, specialist expertise and craft. His career has included a strong focus on built projects and the quality of the final result. His experience encompasses a range of project types and scales, including supertall, mixed use, commercial, civic, hospitality and health care projects. He has completed projects in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and his global diversity of international project experience yields a very broad perspective that has informed his work worldwide.
She received her B. Her other research interests include the history of archaeology, particularly the in the Ottoman Empire, and the reception and propagandistic use of archaeological heritage in Turkey. Her dissertation research is generously supported by a Riggio Fellowship in Art History Her dissertation examines a problematic and unwieldy group of fragmentary ancient Greek portrait statues representing Hellenistic kings.
While prior studies have generally focused on identifying unique facial characteristics of Hellenistic kings in their portrait statues, her dissertation aims to understand the royal portrait statues in their entirety including their bodies, pedestals, and original locations within their cultic and civic contexts.
Since joining Columbia's doctoral program inGale has received her M. She is currently working on a dissertation that examines 18th and 19th century wall paintings in select temples and palaces of the Kangra Valley Himachal Pradesh, northern India.
The dissertation broadly explores artistic and political interactions between late Mughal, Hindu, and Sikh courts in the Punjab and lower Himalayan regions, with analysis of the transition from the lauded Kangra tradition of painting on paper and its associated religious literature to a similar yet unstudied modality of wall painting in both sacred and courtly contexts.
Margot Bernstein Margot Bernstein is an advanced Ph. Her dissertation, "Carmontelle's Profile Pictures and the Things that Made Them Modern," examines hundreds of portraits on paper by Louis Carrogis called Carmontellea French amateur draftsman.
Margot holds a B. She also holds an M. Emerson Bowyer Nineteenth-century visual culture; art and technology; law and the image; histories of paperwork and bureaucracy Emerson is currently an Andrew W. There he will complete his dissertation, "Numismatic Modernity: Economies of Representation in France, ," which pursues the pre-history of our current financial "crisis.
From Ovid to Hitchcock Visual Resources Emerson is also the editor of a forthcoming special issue of Grey Room, focused on nineteenth-century technologies of reproduction. He holds a B. Boyd Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture; 18th- and 19th-Century Italian Architecture and Landscape Rachel studies Italian Renaissance art and architecture, with a particular interest in sculpture, decorative arts, and workshop practice.
Rachel is the David E. She is currently participating in a research exchange with the University of Glasgow's Technical Art History Group, focusing on techniques for the examination of polychrome sculpture.
Rachel holds a B. Her primary focus is the early development the Greek temple and its decorative elements, as well as the representations and roles of Greek cult personnel. She is also interested in the reception of classical culture in the British Empire and American colonies. Sinceshe has excavated with Professor Mylonopoulos's team at the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Onchestos.
He received his B. His research interests include the history of technology, print and media distribution, and sound. He is currently at work on his dissertation, which analyzes three audiocassette 'magazines'—Audio Arts, Tellus, and New Wilderness Audiographics—and their relationship to alternative spaces and post-conceptual art practices.
She is currently at work on her dissertation, which examines floriate sculpture in Gothic buildings in relationship to ecological change and liturgical practice in the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. Prior to entering the Ph. Emogene received her B.
Her dissertation investigates the urban topography of Greek poleis under Roman rule, with a focus on the proliferation and architectural transformation of built public spaces mediated by series of gateways.
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Speakers of Smart Skyscrapers Summit. Yahya Jan President and Design Director, NORR. Yahya Jan is President & Design Director at NORR. Note: G1 students may submit their grade reports when they become available, which might be after the fellowship deadline.
When submitting after the application deadline, do so directly to the GSAS Fellowships Office, Smith . Müge Arseven Ancient Greek, Anatolian, and Near Eastern Art and Architecture. Müge entered the Ph.D. program in as a Fulbright scholar and is primarily interested in the ancient art and architecture of Greece, Anatolia, and the Near East.