Ph.D., Associate Professor
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs-Boulder
Hans Morgenthaler began studying art history at the University in Zürich, Switzerland. He finished his education at Stanford University with the Ph.D. degree. At the University of Colorado, he teaches architectural history lecture courses and seminars in 20th-century architectural history and theory.
His research interests lie in 20th-century European architecture with a special emphasis on theoretical questions. Within this field, he focuses particularly on interdisciplinary projects, which investigate architecture as a part of culture. He has published numerous articles and books on the career of the German Expressionist architect Erich Mendelsohn. His most recent publications are two chapters in the book Eric Mendelsohn Architect 1887-1953, which was published in 2000.
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Research Interests: 20th Century Architectural History, Theory, Culture