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Research Interests

I am interested in the political dimension of architecture. My research investigates the built environment as well as its representations and theories in relation to the practices of identity. I am particularly interested in three venues through which the identities of the self and its “others” are constructed and reenacted: museums/exhibitions, architectural history, and hostile design. The nature of this research requires close interaction with other disciplines, such as art history, museum studies, cultural geography, and philosophy. Along with more conventional methods, I also use different tools of digital humanities.