Eliana Sousa Santos
Eliana Sousa Santos is a postdoctoral researcher and an assistant professor of architecture. She was a visiting postdoctoral research fellow at Yale University in 2013/14. She is currently working on the project “George Kubler’s Shape of Time: The Historiographical effect of Portuguese Plain Architecture in Post-revolutionary Portugal” at CES, University of Coimbra. She has a degree in architecture from the Technical University of Lisbon, a master degree from University of Coimbra and a PhD from the University of London. She has workedat West 8 and at Sousa Santos Arquitectos. She has taught at ESAD.CR and is currently assistant professor at Dept. of Architecture ECATI ULHT.
Sousa Santos, E. (2015). Shifting “South”: Architecture history following geopolitics. RIHA Journal, (Southern Modernism).
Sousa Santos, E. (Ed.). (2013). Systems of History: George Kubler’s Portuguese Plain Architecture. CES Contexto: Debates, 3. Coimbra: Centro de Estudos Sociais.
Sousa Santos, E. (2012). Portuguese Plain Architecture: History Opening a Closed Sequence. Revista de História Da Arte, (10), 176–187.
Sousa Santos, E. (2011). The opacity of landscape. In Propositions: Ideology in Transparency (pp. 125–130). London: Architectural Association.
Sousa Santos, E. (2010). Landscape, picturesque and fit environments: operative concepts in architecture, 1945-1985 (PhD). University of London.