M.S.A.A.D., Columbia University
M.Phil., Columbia University
Ms. Caldeira is an architect and historian. Her academic research investigates modern discourses of architecture and the city, with a particular focus on historical contexts of political transition. Before teaching at Yale, Ms. Caldeira worked for Peter Eisenman in New York and for Gonçalo Byrne in Lisbon and taught at Columbia University. Her writings have appeared in European Architectural History Network Newsletter, Log, Festival dell’Architettura Magazine, Jornal Arquitectos, Il Progetto, and Metamorfosi, as well as recent anthologies on modern and contemporary architecture. Her academic research has been supported by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the Buell Center at Columbia University, the Fulbright Commission, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento, and the Gulbenkian Foundation. Ms. Caldeira received a professional diploma in architecture from Faculdade de Arquitetura at Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal, and an M.S.A.A.D. and an M.Phil. from Columbia University, where she is currently a Ph.D. candidate in architectural history and theory.