Macarena is an Architect and PhD in Architectural History. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Architectural History, Urban and Cultural Heritage (ACAHUCH) she is undertaking the research project ‘The Mental Life of the Architectural Historian of Australia and New Zealand’ for which she was awarded the 2019 David Saunders Founder’s Grant.
Between 2018 and 2019 she was part of the research project ‘Is Architecture Art? A history of categories, concepts and recent practices’ of the Centre for Architecture, Theory, History and Criticism (ATCH), at the School of Architecture, University of Queensland in partnership with Ghent University funded by a Discovery Grant of the Australian Research Council. Her field of interest is the study of the writing of architectural history, its historiography, with a focus on the recent past and the ‘global.’ She serves as Social Media Manager and committee member of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ).
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An Intertwined History: The Contribution of William JR Curtis to the Historiography of Mod..
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Mediated messages. Periodicals, exhibitions and the shaping of postmodern architecture. In: Patteeuw V, Szacka LC, editors. Bloomsbury Visual Arts (2018). ISBN: 9781350046177Italy/Australia. Postmodern in translation. In: Micheli S, Macarthur J, editors. Uro Publications (2018). ISBN: 9780994396624.
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Other | 2019