AHRA PhD Student Representatives Group
The AHRA PhD Student Representatives Group aims to foster meaningful discussions and exchanges centred on architectural humanities. Its overarching objective is to create an inclusive international community of PhD students and researchers, across all career stages. Guided by the principles of "Collaboration, Reflection, and Dissemination," the group aspires to collaborate with diverse backgrounds and nationalities, aligning its efforts with the AHRA global mission to advance research in various facets of Architectural Humanities.
During our tenure as part of the AHRA Steering Group, we plan to implement several initiatives aimed at fulfilling our mission. These include establishing a reading group centred around the theme of the annual AHRA conference, organising an editorial workshop in collaboration with the AHRA-affiliated journal “Architecture and Culture”, and eventually launching a podcast dedicated to architectural humanities.
These initiatives will involve fostering open and collegial discussions concerning architectural humanities research. Additionally, our objective is to provide valuable support to PhD students and early career researchers, aiding them in their professional development. Our ultimate goal is to cultivate a dynamic and vibrant community that actively engages in critical discourse, contributing to a deeper understanding of architectural humanities.
2023-2026 PhD Students Representatives
Soscha Monteiro, Delft University of Technology
Khaoula Hannachi, University of Blida 1, I.A.U (Algeria)
Megan Brien, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin