dr. M.T. Mullane (Matthew)

Universitair docent - Departement Geschiedenis, Kunstgeschiedenis en Oudheid
Universitair docent - Radboud Institute for Culture and History

dr. M.T. Mullane (Matthew)
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Erasmusplein 1
6525 HT NIJMEGEN

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Postbus 9103
6500 HD NIJMEGEN

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Matthew Mullane is an Assistant Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture at Radboud University in Nijmegen, NL. He received his PhD from Princeton University and was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University’s Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, and Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo. His forthcoming book offers an alternative origin for global architecture history in nineteenth-century Japan and theorizes a new role for “observation” in architectural thought. He is interested in the ways that architects have collaborated with scientists to develop new epistemologies of “global history,” a topic he has explored in articles featuring geologists and architects in England, and entomologists and engineers in colonial Japan. In addition to his historical scholarship, he has also published on the aesthetic and ethical dimensions of contemporary digital technologies impacting architecture, including social media, cryptocurrency, and blockchain. Forthcoming publications include a book chapter on the reception of global architecture history in Meiji Japan, and a monograph on the global networks of contemporary scientific observatories. His writing has appeared in Architectural Theory Review, The Journal of Architecture, AA Files, Log, and Art Papers, among others.

Onderzoeksthema
  • Architecture history

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