Ines Tolic is Associate Professor in History of Architecture at the University of Bologna and member of the PhD Research Board in Science and Culture of Well-being and Lifestyles.
She graduated in Architecture from the Università Iuav di Venezia, and received a PhD in the History of Architecture and Urban History at the School of Advanced Studies in Venice. In 2009, her dissertation, dealing with the reconstruction of Skopje between 1963 and 1966, won the Gubbio Prize (ANCSA). She wrote about the representation of architecture; about the role of United Nations as a global planning agency; about post-war architecture and urban design in Japan, and about post-apartheid architecture in South Africa.
She has collaborated with the international research projects Unfinished modernisations [EU Culture programme 2007-2013], Visualizing Venice [http://www.visualizingvenice.org/visu/ ] and Delos Network [https://delosnetwork.com [https://delosnetwork.com/] ]. She is a member of the editorial board of “Histories of postwar architecture”, "Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes”, “ZoneModa Journal” and of the publishing series Culture, Fashion and Society (Pearson Mondadori). She is an auditor for the Italian Association of Urban History (AISU), member of the Culture Fashion Communication International Research Group (CFC) and a representative for the Emilia Romagna Region within the Italian Association of Architectural Historians (AISTARCH).