Juuso Tervo is a Senior University Lecturer and the Head of Master’s Programme in Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education (NoVA) at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Finland. His research and writing combine historical, theoretical, and political inquiries in art and education, drawing from fields such as literary theory, poetics, theology, philosophy of education, and philosophy of history.
Nikos Pegioudis is an art historian. He has received his PhD from the Department of History of Art at University College London (UCL) in 2015 with a dissertation titled ‘Artists and Radicalism in Germany, 1890-1933: Reform, Politics and the Paradoxes of the Avant-Garde’. In 2017-2018 he obtained a DAAD fellowship for a postodoctoral research project at the Freie Universität Berlin which was titled ‘Cultural Transfer in Architecture and Urban Planning: German Architecture and the Making of the Architect’s Profession in Greece, 1930-1950’. He has written various articles on the history of art, design and architecture in peer-reviewed academic journals and volumes. His main research interests are in German and Greek visual culture, architecture, the sociology of the avant-garde, politics of artistic professions, artistic labor and economic precarity.
Dalal is an Assistant Professor of Architecture in the College of Architecture at Kuwait University. Her research lies at the intersection of architecture, development aid, and environmentalism in the context of the Arab World during the twentieth century. Dalal holds a professional Bachelor of Architecture from Kuwait University; a post-professional Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP), Columbia University; a Master in Design Studies, concentrating in Urbanism, Landscape, Ecology, from the Graduate School of Design (GSD), Harvard University; and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Architecture from the Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania. She has taught at Kuwait University and the University of Pennsylvania.
I am an architect that has been teaching history of the architecture in The School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU- UBA) since 2005. I work as an Assistant Professor. I have also been teaching Introduction to the Contemporary Architecture since 2013 in the same school. I have published many articles, some of them about the Spanish influences in Rio de la Plata´s architecture. I have participated in many encounters of architecture´s history. I am an assistant researcher at the Institute of American Arts and Aesthetics “Mario J. Buschiazzo in FADU- UBA. I took part of a research Project about Neo Colonial Architecture in Buenos Aires, being in charge of an internship, coordinating the interns work.At the moment I am finishing a career of Specialization in Teaching Design as a postgrad. I am member of the GAHTC, Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative since 2018.
Trained at Rhode Island School of Design, I have practiced architecture with archaeologists, academics, architects, and the city of New York. My research and teaching interrogate relationships between well-mannered bodies, unwieldy institutions, and architectural spaces at the turn of the twentieth century.
Retired Software and Systems Engineer researching Architectural Design of Systems