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Pedro Correa Fernández

Pedro Correa Fernández is a Doctoral Candidate in Architecture at Columbia GSAPP. Before joining GSAPP, he was an adjunct professor at the Architecture School of Universidad Católica de Chile where he taught seminars and lectures on architecture history and related epistemological, aesthetic, and political questions. His current work examines the mediations between technical knowledge, artisanal crafts, and global industrial capitalism in early nineteenth-century Latin America.

Pedro holds an architecture degree from Universidad Católica de Chile and a master’s degree in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices from Columbia University. He is currently working as a Research Assistant in the History of Technology, Architecture, and Media Lab at the École Polytechnique de Lausanne, where he also teaches architecture history.

Modern Artisans: Drawing, Making, and Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Chile and Argentina. 1850 - 1900