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Keynote speakers

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Catherine Maumi – ENSA-Grenoble

Catherine Maumi is architect. She hold a PhD from the EHESS in Urban Studies, an HDR – research habilitation from the University Paris 8, and is professor in History and Theories of Architecture and the City at the ENSA – École nationale supérieure d’architecture of Grenoble, where she heads the research laboratory MHAevt – Métiers de l’Histoire de l’Architecture, édifices-villes-territoires (mhaevt.hypotheses.orgwww.grenoble.archi.fr).

Her research interests area mainly directed towards the thinking on the city and territory, mainly in the United States of America, and on the features of an architectural cultural specific to the North-American continent.

On these topics, she published, among others :

  • Frank Lloyd Wright, Broadacre City, La nouvelle frontière, Paris, Éditions de la Villette, Collection « Textes fondamentaux modernes », 2015, 208 p.
  • Usonia ou le mythe de la ville-nature américaine, Paris, Éditions de la Villette, Collection « Penser l’espace », 2009, 240 p.
  • Thomas Jefferson et le projet du Nouveau Monde, forword by André Corboz, Paris, Éditions de la Villette, 2007, 176 p.

Ana Tostões – Docomomo International

Ana Tostões, PhD is an architect, architecture critic and historian, and is president of Docomomo International and Editor of the Docomomo Journal. She is a Full Professor at the Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, where she teaches Theory of Architecture and Critical History, and coordinates the Architectonic Culture research group. She was awarded the X Bienal Ibero-Americana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Prize 2016. She also works as a critic in Journals and Newspapers, notably writing a weekly architectural column for the Portuguese daily the Público.
Her research field is the Critical History and Theory of Contemporary Architecture, focusing on the relationship between European, Asian, African and American cultures. On this topic, she has published books and essays, curated exhibitions and organised scientific events.

On these topics, she published, among others :

  • The Shape of the City, (as editor), IST Press, Lisbon, 2017.
  • The Mediterranean Question, (as editor), IST Press, Lisbon, 2017.
  • “How to Love Modern [Post-]Colonial Architecture: Rethinking Memory in Angola and Mozambique Cities”, in Architectural Theory Review, 21 (2),2016: 196-217.
  • (as editor, with Zara Ferreira) Adaptive Reuse – The Modern Movement Towards the Future, Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Docomomo Conference (Lisbon, Sep. 6-9, 2016), Docomomo International, 2016.
  • Keil do Amaral, arquitecto dos Espaços Verdes de Lisboa: Monsanto, Parque Eduardo VII e Campo Grande, Lisbon, Salamandra, 1992.