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Eva Schreiner

Eva Schreiner is a PhD candidate in Architecture at Columbia GSAPP, with a joint-affiliation at the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society. She graduated with an BA from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and holds an MA in Near Eastern Studies from New York University. Her research focuses on the history of modern architecture, imperial capitalism, and the mediation of urban-rural relationships in Europe and the Middle East. Eva is the recipient of the Graham Foundation’s Carter Manny Research Award as well as the Social Science Research Council’s International Dissertation Research Fellowship. Her work is published in Ways of Knowing Cities (Columbia University Press, 2019), gta papers 2 (gta Verlag Zürich, 2019), and The Funambulist (2017). She has taught at Columbia University and TU Darmstadt, Germany, worked with Columbia’s Center for Spatial Research, and participated in the Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies.
Research/Dissertation
Eva’s dissertation, preliminarily titled “Kultur of Empire: The Production of Land, the Spirit of Capital, and the German Orient, 1871-1919,” concerns German imperialism in the Ottoman Empire around 1900, with a particular focus on agriculture, finance, and religion.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A6882‑1 Spring 2021
Architectures of Financial Imperialism
Eva Schreiner
REMOTE
TU 9 AM - 11 AM
FULL SEMESTER
3 Points
19420