Moe Omiya

Moe Omiya, M.A.

Academic Assistant

Office KO2 F 168

Tel.: +41 44 (0) 634 38 14

moe.omiya@hist.uzh.ch

Main Research

– Region: Western Europe, Japan, the UK, the US
– 1910s', 20s', and 30s' Architectural Theories
– Global History of Architecture
– Microhistory
– Transfer of Knowledge and Technique in and around Architecture

Dissertation Project

Promoting ‘Internationality’ with ‘Locality’: The IAAJ (International Architectural Association of Japan) and the ‘Western’ Modernism in 1920s’ and 30s’ Japan (tentative title)

Curriculum Vitae

since 09/2020   Academic Assistant, Chair of Global History, Prof. Dr. Martin Dusinberre, University of Zurich
06/2020–08/2020  

Fellow Researcher, the Cluster of Excellence „Temporal Communities“, Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

10/2019–06/2020

 

PhD Candidate in Art History, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

08/2019

 

Assistant Teacher for the TOPS Summer Programme, University of Oxford     

07/2019

 

Master of Studies (MSt. / M. A.) in History of Art and Visual Culture, University of Oxford

03/2018

 

Bachelor (B.A.) in Representation (Architectural Theory / History of Art) and German Area Studies, University of Tokyo

2015–2017

 

Completed the GLP-GEfIL (Global Education for Innovation and Leadership) Programme, University of Tokyo

07/2017

 

Summer Seminar in Architecture: “Establishing a State”, AA School London

08/2016

 

Summer Seminar in German Art History, Freie Universität Berlin

08/2015

 

Summer Seminars in History of Art, English Houses and Gardens, and International Relations, Cambridge University

08/2013–03/2014

 

Faculty of Architecture, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Presentation and Papers

– “The Lawn Road Flats, Hampstead. Histories, Principles and People's Lives”, the International Symposium „Was heißt hier Haltung?“, Berlinische Galerie Nov. 2019.

– Translation/Publication of a German book „Was ist das Bauhaus?“ into Japanese, Oct. 2019.

– “The ‘Haus am Horn’—Its Experimental Spirit”, the do.co.mo.mo. International Conference on Bauhaus anniversary, Berlin, Mar. 2019.