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Ines Tolic

Associate Professor

Department for Life Quality Studies

Academic discipline: ICAR/18 History of Architecture

Curriculum vitae

Ines Tolic is Associate Professor in History of Architecture at the University of Bologna. 

She graduated in Architecture (2004) from the University Iuav of Venice, and received a PhD in the History of Architecture and Urban History (2009) at the School of Advanced Studies in Venice. Her dissertation, dealing with the reconstruction of Skopje after the earthquake of 1963, was published in 2011). She has also written about post-war architecture and urban design in Japan (Milan 2008 and 2009), as well as about contemporary architecture in South Africa, understood as a reflection of a transitional process which began with the rise to power by Nelson Mandela (2010). Between 2010 and 2012, she has collaborated with the international research project Unfinished modernisations, Architecture and urban planning in former Yugoslavia and its successor states, sponsored within the EU Culture 2007-2013 program. Between 2010 and 2014 she was engaged in the Visualizing Venice project, promoted by the IUAV University in Venice, Duke University in Durham (NC), and Fondazione Venezia.