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Amy Kulper

Amy Catania Kulper is an architectural educator whose teaching and research focus on the intersections of history, theory, criticism and design. Before joining the faculty at RISD in 2017, she taught at Cambridge University, the University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, SCI_Arc and the University of Michigan, where she was a four-time recipient of the Donna M. Salzer Award for teaching excellence. Since joining the faculty at RISD, she has continued to shape contemporary architectural thought, most recently co-curating Drawing Attention: The Digital Culture of Contemporary Architectural Drawings, a group exhibition at Roca London Gallery in England.

Kulper holds master’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Cambridge University and a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Architecture from Cambridge University.

Fall 2019 Courses

  • ARCH-2196-01 Thesis Sem: Navigating The Creative Process

Spring 2020 Courses

  • ARCH-301G-01 Graduate Seminar: Disciplinarity
  • ARCH-2198-01 Thesis Project
  • PHD, Cambridge University