B.A. (Hons) Lit. Hum., Corpus Christi College, Oxford
M.Arch. Harvard Graduate School of Design
Ph.D, Yale University
Mr. Dugdale is a licensed architect, and has practiced in London, Chicago, and New Haven. He earned his doctorate under Karsten Harries at Yale, winning the university’s Theron Rockwell Field Prize for his dissertation, “Architecture After the Death of God.” In 2016 he was selected by the School of Architecture's graduating class as recipient of the King-lui Wu Teaching Award for outstanding teaching. His research has been supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in Critical Bibliography, the John Hay Whitney Fellowship, the Harvey Fellows Program, and awards from the Society of Architectural Historians, the Bibliographical Society of America, and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Mr. Dugdale’s work has been published in journals including Clog, Perspecta, the Journal of Architectural Education, and Utopian Studies; his first book, Babel’s Present, was published in 2016.