Elisa Dainese is an architect and historian and she is currently Assistant Professor for Architecture at Dalhousie University. In 2012, she obtained a PhD in Architectural Composition from the IUAV University of Venice. Her research explores the key role that sub-Saharan and African architecture played in the development of modern architecture in Europe and America from the 1940s to the 1970s. She started her career as EU-licensed architect in the Atelier of Boris Podrecca and in the office of Aurelio Galfetti, where she worked on public and private projects of urban and architectural design.
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