Associate Professor of Architectural History, Iowa State University
Axel Springer Fellow - Class of Fall 2015
Vladimir Kulić is an associate professor of architectural history at Iowa State University. He completed his PhD in architectural history at the University of Texas in 2009 and then joined the faculty in architectural history and design at Florida Atlantic University’s School of Architecture. From 2010-12, he directed the project Unfinished Modernisations—Between Utopia and Pragmatism: Architecture and Urban Planning in the Former Yugoslavia and the Successor States (with Maroje Mrduljaš), which brought together thirty international scholars. His publications include Modernism In-Between: The Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia (co-author, 2012) and Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities (co-editor, 2014). Kulić has received the Bruno Zevi Award for Critical/Historical Essay in Architecture (2009), two grants from the Graham Foundation (2007, 2014), and the ACLS/SSRC/NEH International and Area Studies Fellowship (2013-14). Prior to coming to Berlin, he was the Ailsa Mellon Bruce Visiting Senior Fellow at the National Gallery of Art in Washington.