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Lucía Pérez-Moreno

Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno is Professor of History and Theory of Architecture at the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and Visiting Professor at KU Leuven (Belgium). She holds a PhD in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2013), and is an Architect and Urban Planner from the University of Navarra since 2003, where she completed her studies with Extraordinary Prize and 2nd National Prize for University Studies in Spain. She also obtained a Master in Advanced Studies in Architecture from Columbia University in New York City (USA, 2008), and completed postgraduate studies at the Helsinki University of Technology (Finland, 2004). Since 2017 she has been coordinating the Encuentros series 'Perspectivas de Género en Arquitectura' and has edited her subsequent books published by the Spanish publishing house Abada (2018, 2019, 2021). From 2019 to 2022, she has been the principal investigator of the MuWo project - 'Women in the Culture of Spanish (post)Modern Architecture, 1965-2000' funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. The result of this project is the platform #ArquitectasenelMapa, documenting the contributions of women architects to the Spanish built environment since the 1960s. In addition, in 2021 she coordinated the I Spanish Congress of Women and Architecture (Towards an egalitarian profession), funded by the Ministry of Equality. She has edited three special collections on Feminist Theory and Architecture: Becoming a Gender Equity Democracy: Women and Architecture Practice in Spain and Portugal (1960s-1980s) (Arts 9, 2020), edited with Patrìcia Santos-Pedrosa (University of Beira Interior), Architectural Historiography and Fourth Wave Feminism (Architectural Histories 8, 2020), together with Torsten Lange (ETH), and Women, Feminist Practices and Alternative Practitioners (Zarch 18, 2022), edited with Ann E. Komara (Colorado University-Denver). In 2021 she received the Celia Amorós Award for Research Excellence in Gender Studies and Architecture (Aragón Investiga Programme, Government of Aragón, Spain). She is also a member of AMIT (Association of Women Researchers and Technologists), AECA (Spanish Association of Art Critics), PMAC (Platform of Women in Contemporary Art) and EAHN (European Architectural History Network).

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