Forsyth Visiting Graduate Student
Liliana Clavijo is an architect and tenured professor in the School of Architecture at Universidad del Valle in Cali. She teaches design, theory and history of architecture. She received her undergraduate degree from Universidad de los Andes and obtained her master’s degree in history and theory of architecture granted with distinction, from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. She is a Ph.D. candidate in arts and architecture at Universidad Nacional de Colombia, her research focuses on the communal spaces in modern social housing as cultural representations: affects, memories, political discourses and culture, that produce new communal and participatory ways of life in modern Latin-American cities in the 20th century.
Liliana is author of Preservar el Fuego. Residencias BCH en Bogotá, Esguerra & Herrera (1961 - 1964) published by Editorial UNAL (2019) and co-author of Lago & Sáenz: La Materia y el vacío published by Programa Editorial Univalle (2021).