Nota Prévia




JOELHO 10 closes the cycle of the second series of “em cima do joelho”. This cycle aimed to put JOELHO in dialogue with the scientific journals on architecture while integrating some of the irreverence
that was explored in the first 12 numbers of ecdj. The goal was no more mapping the everyday life of our
school of architecture in Coimbra but contributing to the academic debates that were taking place
in the architectural field. Women in architecture, Anthropology, Memory, Teaching through Design,
Digital, Heritage, Utopias, European City or Reuse were themes identified by us and a group of guest
editors that challenged the academic community to participate. Peer reviewed by invited academic
experts, the authors struggled to support their arguments or to achieve coherence. On one side,
Joelho became more scientific, but on the other side, it was touched by the irony of the artists in the cover,
or the joy of the students in the “exhibition” section. To all of them, a big thanks for keeping JOELHO a
beautiful object, either in paper or in the digital cloud.


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Biografia Autor

Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Centro de Estudos Sociais, Departamento de Arquitectura, Universidade de Coimbra

Gonçalo Canto Moniz (Porto, 1971) is a researcher of the Cities, Cultures, and Architecture (CCArq) Research Group of the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra. Graduated on Architecture at the Department of Architecture of FCTUC in 1995, where he is Assistant Professor, Coordinator of the Master on Architecture and editor of e|d|arq and JOELHO, Journal of Architectural Culture. Obtained his PhD degree in Architecture at the University of Coimbra in 2011, based on his academic thesis: "Modern Architectural Education". He has been researching and publishing about modern architecture in Portugal, namely about high school buildings, architectural education and justice spaces. He is author of the book "Arquitectura e Instrução: o projecto moderno do liceu, 1836-1936" (e|d|arq, 2007).




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