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Beatriz Colomina is Howard Crosby Butler Professor of the History of Architecture at Princeton University where she is founding director of the interdisciplinary Media and Modernity Program and director of graduate studies in the School of Architecture. She received a doctorate from Universidad Politécnica de Barcelona and has since written extensively on questions of architecture, art, technology, sexuality and media. An internationally renowned architectural historians and theorists, her work has been published in more than 25 languages. Her most recent book X-Ray Architecture explores the impact of medical discourse and diagnostic technologies on the formation, representation and reception of modern architecture.
Beatriz Colomina's short talk on „Tuberculosis“ was part of the International IGmA Symposium „Index of Modern Architecture“ on 1 July 2022 at Weißenhofsiedlung, Stuttgart.
Leo Herrmann, Sandra Oehy