PhD Candidate Ivan Lopez Munuera awarded the Harold W. Dodds Honorific Fellowship by the Graduate School

PhD Candidate Ivan Lopez Munuera has been been awarded the Harold W. Dodds Honorific Fellowship from the Graduate School.

The Graduate School awards Honorific Fellowships to exceptional students across all divisions in their later years of study. Collectively, the Honorific fellowships provide funding to students displaying the highest scholarly excellence in graduate work during the year. These fellowships provide full tuition support and a stipend in excess of the base stipend rates. Harold W. Dodds Fellowships were established in 1957 by an anonymous donor to provide a fellowship fund from which one or more fellowships, unrestricted as to field of study or other qualifications, will be awarded.

Ivan L. Munuera is a New York-based scholar, critic, and curator working at the intersection of culture, technology, politics, and bodily practices in the modern period and on the global stage. Since 2015 he is developing his dissertation on the architecture of HIV/AIDS at Princeton University.

His research has been generously sponsored by the PIIRS (Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies) Grant for Winter, and the CCA (Canadian Centre for Architecture) Summer Research Grant. He has presented his work at various academics forums, such as the Association for Art History, Cornell AAP, Columbia GSAPP, the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, Cooper Union, University of Virginia, Princeton University, Sussex University, MICA, and ETSAM among others. 

His work has been published in Log, Perspecta (upcoming issue 53), The Architect’s Newspaper, and El País, among others. He has curated exhibitions at Museo Reina Sofía (The Schizos, 2009), Ludwig Museum (ACAX Residency, 2010), Princeton University (Liquid La Habana, 2018), and CA2M (Pop Politics, 2012-2013); and developed a series of broadcasted projects, including Bauhauswelle (Floating University Berlin, 2018), and Chromanoids (Istanbul Design Biennale, 2016; Seoul Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism, 2017).