Bruno Gil


Biography

Bruno Gil is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Social Studies, where he co-coordinates the project (EU)ROPA, and guest Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture of the University of Coimbra, where he teaches architectural theory and history. With a cultural approach to architectural education and research, aiming both for site-specific peculiarities and knowledge transfer networks, he has published essays in "Footprint: Delft architecture theory journal", "arq: Architectural Research Quarterly", "Docomomo Journal", "Writingplace Journal" and "Joelho", and in 2017 he completed his doctoral thesis entitled "Architectural Research Cultures: Lines of thought within research centres, 1945-1974", awarded with the Prize Nuno Teotónio Pereira.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Gil, Bruno; Lobo, Susana; Esteves, José Ribau (2020), "Portuguese Architecture in Transit(ion): the 1967 International Competition for Amsterdam Town Hall", Footprint - Delft Architecture Theory Journal, 14, 1, 15-38

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Book Chapter

Gil, Bruno (2020), Quando o desenho nos desenha, in Luís Miguel Correia, Teresa Pais (org.), Desenhar em Viagem: Sete Percursos. Coimbra: e|d|arq, 14-16

Article in Scientific journal

Gil, Bruno (2019), "Six Traditions", Joelho - Journal of Architectural Culture, 10, 176-189

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