Visiting Assistant Professor
Clelia Pozzi is an architect and architectural historian currently pursuing a joint Ph.D. degree in Architecture and the Interdisciplinary Humanities at Princeton University. She works at the intersection of the histories of architecture, science, and techniques, with a special focus on the preservation of the built environment in the 19th and 20th centuries. Her work has been published in ABE Journal—Architecture Beyond Europe and she is one of the editors of the volume Museums in an Age of Migrations (Politecnico di Milano, 2012). She holds a Master in Design Studies from Harvard GSD and a Master of Architecture degree from Politecnico di Milano. Clelia has been the recipient of the Dimitris Pikionis Award, a Lemmermann Foundation Fellowship, and a Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship.
Ph.D. Candidate, Princeton University, School of Architecture
M.DesS. in History and Philosophy of Design, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
M.S. in Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Facoltà di Architettura Civile
B.S. in Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Facoltà di Architettura Civile