dr. A.M. Martin
Curriculum Vitae Aurora Marijke Martin
Associate professor in History of modern/contemporary Architecture and Urbanism, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
1997 PhD ‘Birth of the modern City, spatial transformations in Maastricht 1650-1905’ Supervisors: Prof. Dr. E.R.M. Taverne (University of Groningen) & Prof. dr. F. van Voorden (Technical University Delft)
1978 – 1986 MA in History of Architecture, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
1984 – 1986 Researcher at Institut Français d'Architecture, Paris, France (supervision Bruno Fortier)
Native: Dutch | Fluent: English, French (German)
Since 1991: responsible for content, format and organisation of a diverse range of course units in the field of architecture and town planning (history) at all levels of the academic curriculum; organisation of various (student) exhibitions; involved with the reorganisation of Ba and Ma curriculums; responsible for the organisation of international summer schools, congresses and seminars.
2019 (Summer) Co-organizer Summer School ‘Urban Strategies for health Promotion’ at University of Groningen
2019 (Jan) Fieldwork Vienna National Archives (cartography research)
2017 (Jun) Organizer Summer School ‘Traumatized Cities: Narratives, Cartographies and Recovery Strategies’, together with University of Antioquia and National University of the City of Medellín/Colombia.
2016 - now Lecturer ‘Imagining the City’, at University College Groningen.
2016 (Sep) International Exchange mission to University of Antioquia, Medellín/Colombia, on behalf of University of Groningen/Humanities.
2016 (Apr) Visiting professor at Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin/Colombia
2016 Fieldwork/research public native housing estates in Accra/Ghana and Lomé/Togo.
2015 Visiting Lecturer at dept. of Architecture History and Theory, Technical University Delft
2015 – now Collaboration (formal contract) with Dutch Alliance for Sustainable Urbanism in Africa (DASUDA), Amsterdam.
2015 - 2017 Coordinator exhibition ‘Groningen, Life of a City’, at Groninger Museum, together with UCG (scheduled 2018)
2015 BKO (Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs / Basic Education Qualification)
2014 Fieldwork public housing estates for native Africans in Nairobi/Kenya
2012 - 2013 Visiting professor at Architectural Institute of Prague (Archip), Prague/Czech Republic.
2008 - 2009 Research sabbatical in Berlin 2008 - 2009
2008 - now Associate professor History of Architecture and Urbanism, University of Groningen
2007 Adaptation Bogotá exhibition on behalf of ARCAM, Amsterdam
2006 Co-curator exhibition ‘Bogotá, From Chaos to Meta-City, Xth Architecture Biennale, Venice
2004 - 2007 International exchange missions to- and guest lectures in Bogotá/Colombia (Universidad Nacional, Universidad Los Andes)
1992 - 2008 Assistant professor History of Architecture and Urbanism, Department of Art History, University of Groningen
1991 - 1992 Lecturer History of Architecture, Department of Art History, University of Groningen
1988 - 1991 Secondment at Department of Town Planning and Heritage, city of Maastricht, working on the Structure Analysis of Maastricht project as part of the dissertation research
1987 - 1988 Post-graduate researcher at Institut Français d'Architecture, Paris, working on Bruno Fortier’s La metropole imaginaire. Un Atlas de Paris, XIXeme siècle
1986 - 1987 Post-graduate researcher at Centre de Recherche d´Architecture et d’Urbanisme, Abidjan, Ivory Coast
1986 Co-curator exhibition “Paris, architecture urbaine”, Stichting Wonen Amsterdam
ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS within U. of GRONINGEN (selection)
2016 - Member Education Committee Master Arts & Culture
2015 - 2016 Member Executive Board dept. Art and Architecture History
2013 - 2015 Chairman of Education Committee dept. Art and Architecture History
2012 - 2016 Head of the section Architecture and Urban History
2008 – 2016 Coordinator internationalization dept. Art and Architecture History.
2007 - 2008 Chairman of Executive Board dept. of Art and Architecture History
2005 – 2007 Secretary of Executive Board dept. of Art and Architecture History
2005 – 2006 Chairman Executive Board Research Master Art History & Archeology
FUNCTIONS outside U. of GRONINGEN (selection):
2016 – Framing + implementation of future Special Chair in Architecture at University of Groningen/Technical University Delft (Architecture) on behalf of Ir. Abe Bonnema Stichting (chairman Ed Nijpels)
2015 - 2017 Member Central Welstand (Beauty) Committee of the Province of Friesland
2014 - 2016 Member of Jury for Abe Bonnema Prize (€50.000)
2011 Member of Jury for the most sustainable building in the municipality of Leeuwarden
2010 Member of Jury for Gouden Oldenhove, prize for best building in the city of Leeuwarden
2010 Member of Jury for best building in the municipality of Almere
2007 Member of Jury Karel van Manderprijs (best publication in Art History)
RESEARCH ACQUISITIONS/FUNDS (selection)
2014/2016 Research Proposal at Dutch Foundation for Scientific Research NWO (together with Cor Wagenaar) ‘Health and the City. A critical survey of the health effects of architectural and urban interventions in cities in Western and Central Europe, 1948-1989, (to be submitted again)
2015 Horizon 2020 research proposal ‘War-landscapes (not successful)
2009 – 2011 Grant from the Dutch Stimuleringsfonds for the research project ‘Historic inner cities in the Netherlands’,
2009 – 2013 Supervision/matching of the TU Delft research project ‘A digital Research Environment for European Colonial Architecture and Urbanism’.
2006 – 2008 Personal Grant from Gratama Foundation for the purpose of Bogotá research (€ 7,000).
2006 – 2008 Grant from the Van Eesteren Foundation for the purpose of student’s research in Bogotá (€ 4500)
2005 – 2009 Individual Grant from Dutch Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) on ‘Changed Conditions: An Inquiry Into the Disappearance of 'Bildung' from Architecture’ (€ 148,000) 1965-2000’ (together with Noor Mens, (€ 85,000)
NB Different personal funds for fieldwork/research to (among others) Bogotá/Medellin (2004-2008), Nairobi (2014), Accra and Lomé (2016), Medellin (2016, 2017).
PhD SUPERVISION (most recent)
2017 – 2021 Supervisor Pauline Bezemer: ‘Mapping the City: a comparative research into historic neighbourhoods in Sub-Saharan African cities’, University of Groningen.
2013 – 2018 Supervisor Vera Damayanta: History and Cultural Values of a River Landscape; Banjarmasin River City, Indonesia’, University of Groningen.
2007 – 2012 Supervisor Luce Beeckmans: ‘Making the African city: Dakar, Dar es Salaam, Kinshasa, 1920-1980’, University of Groningen, in collaboration with Ghent University/Belgium)
2018 (Feb) Session ‘Cultural-historical assessments as mediators for sustainable urban architectures.
A laboratory with case studies from Sub-Sahara Africa native dwelling estates’’ at International Urban Conference 2018 of African Centre for Cities, University of Capetown.
2017 (Jun) ‘The Map and the Territory: a traumatic Affair’, lecture at Summer School ‘Traumatized Cities: Narratives, Cartographies and Recovery Strategies’, University of Antioquia, Medellín/Colombia
2016 (Sep) Seminar (with dr. Eliana Martinez, National Faculty Public Health, Medellín) ‘Health and the City: reflections and Research methodologies’, Medellín/Colombia
2016 (Jul) ‘Hybrid repair strategies for hybrid architectures. The case of Kaloleni, a 1940s neighbourhood in Nairobi/Kenya’, lecture at symposium Hybrid Architectures; Case studies on the African Continent, Centro de Investigacao Artistica, Lisbon/Portugal (20-23 July)
2014 Keynote lecture ‘Similarities and differences in the planning of new housing estates in the Western welfare states and in the socialist countries in Central Europe’, at congress: Re-humanizing Architecture. New Forms of Community 1950-70, ETH Zürich/Switserland.
2013 Lecture ‘Global tendencies, local identities’, at conference: New New Towns Africa, Nairobi/Kenia (supervised by International New Towns Institute).
2012 Lecture ‘Post-trauma urban laboratories: tales of Bogota and Prague’, at Scientific Conference ‘[Re]appropriation of the City. Architecture as a tool for the re-appropriation of the contemporary City. Tirana Architecture Week, Polis University Tirana, Albania.
2012 Lecture ‘Urban history from a health perspective; the case of Prague’, at congress: Healthy Cities: our environment as a medicament, University Medical Center, Groningen.
2008 Organiser/chair "Migration/displacement and Dissemination of urban planning expertise in the mid 20th Century non-Western areas" at IXth International Conference on Urban History, Lyon.
2007 Lecture ‘Architecture and the heritage of tomorrow’, at Conference Erasmus-Descartes 2007 'metropolises, megalopolises: history, urban planning and sustainable development', Maison Descartes Amsterdam
2007 Lecture ‘Research in a post conflict city: Bogotá’, exhibition: the proud revival of a city, ARCAM Amsterdam
- Martin (in publication), Bohemia’s urban Health offensive, narratives and representations.
- Martin, G. Martin, A. Escovar & Goossens M. (eds) (2007), Bogotá: El Renacer de una Ciudad, Bogotá (413 p.)
- Martin (2000), Opkomst van de moderne stad. Ruimtelijke veranderingen in Maastricht 1660-1905, Zwolle 2000 (288 p.)
- Martin & B. Jansen (1998), Stad vol gedachten. Maarten Schmitt stadsarchitect van Groningen, Groningen 1998 (96 p.)
- Martin (1998), Abe Bonnema Architect, Rotterdam (228 p.)
- Martin, C. Wagenaar & Welkamp A. (eds.) (1995), Mendini! Starck! De Lucchi! Himmelb(l)au! in Groningen!, Gent (199 p.)
Articles and congress papers (selection)
Martin, ‘the Vysehrad Cemetery in Prague; a dramatic Symbol of 19th Century Czech Nation Building’, in: Groniek, Historical Review, January 2019 (in publication).
Martin & P. Bezemer (2018 in publication), ‘Concept and planning of public native housing estates in Nairobi and Accra,1918 - 1945, in: Planning Perspectives.
Martin & C. Wagenaar (2016), ‘Similarities and differences in the planning of new housing estates in the Western welfare states and the socialist countries in Central Europe’, in: J. Hopfengärtner, A. Moravanszky (eds), Humanizing Architecture, Birkhäuser/De Gruyter editors.
Martin & G. Martin (2015), ‘Proximity, Crime, Politics and Design. Medellin’s popular neighborhoods and the experience of belonging’, in: C. Klaufus & A. Ouweneel (eds), Housing and Belonging in Latin America, Berghahn Books, New York/Oxford, pp. 43 – 78.
Martin (2007), ´La Ciudad como Construcción Física y Mental: Bogotá´, in: G. Martin, A. Escovar, M. Martin, Goossens (eds), Bogotá: El Renacer de una Ciudad, Bogotá, p. 29-45.
Martin (2006) ‘Bogotá: From Chaos to Meta-City’ in: Fondazione La Biennale (production), Cities: Architecture and Society, Participating Countries, 10th Mostra Internazionale di Architettura / La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, 58-59.
Martin (2006) ‘De schizofrene stad’, in: Mieke Dings (red.), De Stad, Rotterdam, 331-349.
Martin (2002) ‘Schiphol, eindstation van de Nederlandse planningstraditie’, in: Victor M. Schmidt, Henk van Veen (eindred.), Polytptiek. Een veelluik van Groninger bijdragen aan de kunstgeschiedenis, Zwolle, 195-209.
Martin (2002) ‘Wiel Arets. Live / Life ' and 'Progetti / Projects’, in M. Faiferri, Wiel Arets Live / Life, Logos, Modena, 6-32 and 34-59.
Martin (2001) ‘The Citadel Park Secret Garden or Urban Nucleus?’, In: X. Costa (eds), Parc dela Ciutadella, Strange conditions, Mies van der Rohe Chair 2000, Barcelona, 26-33.
Marijke Martin en Judith Smals ‘Tussen stilstand en reizen’ in: Marijke Martin en Judith Smals, Wall House #2, John Hejduk , Historische Uitgeverij Groningen, Groningen 2001, 13-78.
Marijke Martin, 'Hejduk’s Wall House # 2 realised in Groningen’, in: Architecture + Urbanism, 2001:12, nr. 375, Tokyo 2001, 102-110.
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