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Albena Yaneva awarded Lise Meitner Visiting Chair in Architecture at the University of Lund

Director of MARG recognised for her interdisciplinary and innovative work


Professor Albena Yaneva was awarded the Lise Meitner Visiting Chair in Architecture at the University of Lund for 2017. The professorship is named after the renown physicist Lise Meitner, who was the first woman to become a full professor of physics in Germany and who together with Otto Hahn, discovered nuclear fission and the element protactinium in 1918 for which Hahn received the Nobel Prize. The award is offered to a distinguished female academic to provide the opportunity to conduct innovative research and lecture at Lund University in Sweden.

Albena Yaneva is Professor in Architectural Theory at the University of Manchester and Director of the Manchester Architecture Research Group (MARG). Her work spans the disciplinary boundaries of architectural theory, science and technology studies, cognitive anthropology and political philosophy.


16 February 2017