Vladimir Kulić, Ph.D.
Dr. Vladimir Kulić joined FAU in 2008 and teaches courses in architectural history, theory, and design. He specializes in architecture after World War II, modernism in Central and Eastern Europe, the global exchanges of architectural culture, and contemporary criticism. He is the author of Modernism In-Between: The Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia (with Maroje MrduljaÅ¡ and Wolfgang Thaler, 2012) and of numerous articles on architecture in the former Yugoslavia. He is also the editor of Unfinished Modernisations: Between Utopia and Pragmatism (with Maroje MrduljaÅ¡, 2012) and of Sanctioning Modernism: Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities (with Monica Penick and Timothy Parker, forthcoming 2013). The exhibitions he co-curated have been shown at the ArchitekturzentrumWien in Vienna, Swiss Museum of Architecture in Basel, Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade, Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana, etc.
Dr. Kulić won a number of international fellowships and accolades, including the 2007 Trustees Merit Citation from Graham Foundation and the 2009 Bruno Zevi Prize for a Historical/Critical Essay in Architecture. He is the 2012-13 FAU Scholar of the Year at the Assistant Professor level and the 2013 Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies.