Surveillance, Transparency and the Hidden in Contemporary Culture
Edited By Henriette Steiner and Kristin Veel
Notes on Contributors
CLAUS BECH-DANIELSEN is a Professor at Aalborg University, where he has for some years been Coordinator of Architectural Research at the Danish Building Research Institute. He has served as Research Director at the Institute, and is now Head of the Danish Centre for Housing Research, and Editor in chief of the Nordic Journal of Architectural Research. Bech-Danielsen has published several books in different languages. He holds different positions of trust in the Scandinavian research community, and at the moment he is the chairman of two Danish Think Tanks. Bech-Danielsen has received awards for his work, among them The Danish Business Research Prize from The Danish Business Research Academy.
NANNA BONDE THYLSTRUP is a PhD Fellow at the Department of Modern Culture and Communication, University of Copenhagen. Thylstrup’s dissertation outlines and examines the politics of mass-digitised archives. She has furthermore published and given lectures on digital censorship, digital archives and the geopolitics of information.
LORENS HOLM is Reader in Architecture and Director of the Geddes Institute for Urban Research at the University of Dundee. He has taught at the Architectural Association, the Bartlett, the Mackintosh, and Washington University in St Louis. His teaching/research focuses on the threads that link architecture to philosophy, history, psychoanalysis, and machines. Publications include Brunelleschi Lacan Le Corbusier: Architecture Space and the Construction of Subjectivity (Routledge, 2010). His papers have appeared in The Journal of Architecture, Perspecta, Critical Quarterly, Architecture Theory Review, and Assemblage.
SLAVKO KACUNKO (PhD, Dr. habil...
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