Dr. Dainese is currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at Dalhousie University, Canada. She works on issues of decolonization and postcolonial theory, global history and modernism with a focus on the transoceanic exchange between African, European and American architecture. She has published widely in architectural books and magazines (JSAH, JA and Thresholds) and her research has received grants and awards from Columbia University, Bruno Zevi Foundation, CCA, GAHTC, and the Graham Foundation. In January 2020, she will join the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech as the new Assistant Professor of History and Theory of Architecture.

We're really proud to announce that Elisa Dainese will be Visiting Fellow 2020 of Pisa University. The program of Visiting Fellows enhances international relationships between the University and scholars, professionals and researchers, allowing a fruitful exchange of knowledge and know-how.

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