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Ana Maria Zahariade

Research projects

_September 2000-August 2001 - Getty-NEC Research Fellowship: Criteria of the Beautiful in the Theory of Architecture

_March-June 1998 - Getty Research Fellowship: Hypoyhesis regarding the specific features of interwar Romanian modern architecture compared to the adoption of modern Movement ideas in other Central and East European Countries. in other Central and Eastern European countries), studies in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, EBA-Paris.

_1999 December - Methodology regarding the classification of immovable cultural goods in the List of Historical Monuments, together with Cezara Mucenis and Liviu Ianasi, chapter V of Project S 133 / January 2000, Methodology regarding the evidence of immovable cultural assets, of the Design Center for National Cultural Heritage / MC & DMI, project manager: architect Ruxandra Nemteanu, scientific coordinator: prof.dr.arch. Sanda Voiculescu

_2006-2009 - CNCSIS-CONSORTIU grant: Art, Urban Communities, Mobilization - project manager

_2010-2011 - Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies of Nantes; Vitruvius Tribute project;[]=18&residents_submit=Ok&simpleform_submitted=form_residents&fromSimpleForm=1

Conference participation

1994 - conference "Where is Romanian Architecture Going?" at the second Arkitectur Congress, organized by Arkitectur Zentrum, Vienna :; speaker / guest (published as Expectations vs Realities in NEW BUILDING TODAY, Birkhauser Verlag AG, Basel-Berlin-Boston, pp.184-195: ISBN-10: 3764352256; ISBN-13: 978-3764352257)

November 1999 - "The French Influence on Romanian Architecture" conference at the FRENCH INFLUENCE IN EASTERN EUROPE International Seminar, organized by the French Institute in London: speaker / guest
published in French Cultural studies, vol. 11, part III, 33/2000, published by the Institute of Modern Art, University of Nottingham, UK ISSN: 0957-1558 Online ISSN: 1740-2352 French Cultural Studies 0.200 Impact Factor 5-Year Impact Factor 0.234
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2004 - conference "The Happy Architect" or the COLLAGE EUROPE symposium organized by Nai - Rotterdam: Reading the Silence: speaker / guest

2018 - conference "Rise and Fall of Bucharest Interwar Modernism" at the Modern Movement in architecture - an asset to cultural heritage: a Central-Eastern Europe perspective ”meeting, Kaunas (European heritage label, Culture capital 2022, Lithuania) organized by Department of Cultural heritage under the Ministry of Culture of Lithuania, in cooperation with the Kaunas city municipality and State Commission for Cultural heritage of LithuaniaSeptember 11, 2018; speaker / guest

2019 - conference "Va-et-vient between Romanian and Polish Modernism" at the 7th International Scientific Conference Modernism in Europe - Modernism in Gdynia; Gdynia on October 3-5, 2019; speaker / guest;,7218/7th-international-scientific-conference-modernism-in-europe-modernism-in-gdynia,534807

Publications and articles

1996 - "ROMANIA 1996", Romania's catalog at the VI Venice Architecture Biennale, UAR Simetria Publishing House, Bucharest - editor-in-chief and author of the texts:

2004 - TRIBUTE TO VITRUVIUS in the NEW EUROPE COLLEGE GE-NEC PROGRAM 2000-2001-2001-2002, NEC, Bucharest, 2004

2009-2010 - SYMPTOMS OF TRANSITION vol 1 + 2 (Symptoms of Transition), Ed. Arhitext, Bucharest, 2009 - 276 pages, 280 pages, bilingual, postscript Mariana Celac

2011- ARCHITECTURE IN THE COMMUNIST PROJECT: ROMANIA 1944-1989 (Architecture in the Communist project: Romania 1944-1989), Simetria Publishing House.

2013 - PROBLEMATIC ASPECTS IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF ROMANIAN ARCHITECTURE in Architektúra & Urbanizmus vol. XLVII, no. 1-2 / 2013, Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava,

2015 - THE DRAWING BOARD FOR WOMEN - in the collective volume Ideological Equals - Women Architects in Socialist Europe, coordinators: Mary Pepchinski and Mariann Simon, Ashgate Publishing, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2016. ISBN: 9781472469267; DOI: 10.4324 / 9781315587776

2019 - AVATARS OF CLASSICAL TRADITION IN ROMANIAN ARCHITECTURE (with Horia Moldovan) in The Routledge Handbook on the Reception of Classical Architecture (coord. Nicholas Temple, Andrzej Piotrowski, Juan Manuel Heredia), Routledge, 2019

2019 - HORIA CREANGĂ. A MONOGRAPH, (co-author with Nicolae Lascu, Anca Iliescu and Florin Radu), Edited by Zeppelin, Ion Mincu University Publishing House, SG Studio, 2019.

Workshops, competitions

1999 - Margareta Sterian Prize and the Prize of the Union of Romanian Architects for the exhibition and volume CENTENARY MARCEL IANCU
2003 - HERDER AWARD for theoretical activity in the field of architecture
2005 - IP SOCRATES workshop, Building and landscape construction, together with the Paris-La Villete School of Architecture and Gent University-Be
2016 - Prize for publications (sITA magazine) at the National Biennial of Architecture, Bucharest,
2021 - Prize for publications for HORIA CREANGĂ. A MONOGRAPH, 2019

Other information 

Since 2013 founder and editor of the annual journal sITA (studies in History and Theory of Architecture) indexed in Arts & Humanities Citation Index (Web of Science), Scopus, EBSCOhost, Index Copernicus, CEEOL, ERIH PLUS, DOAJ, ProQuest / Ulrichsweb, Scipio , Google Scholar, WorldCat, and CNCS Romania - Cat. A.