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EDUCATION


2014-date  University of California, Berkeley. PhD Candidate, Department of Architecture (History, Theory and Society).
College of Environmental Design.
Dissertation title: Architecture and the Cult of Apology.
Dissertation committee: Andrew M. Shanken, Greg Castillo, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Paul Rabinow

2009-2011  Pontificia Universidad Católica Chile (PUC). Master in Urban Development. Institute of Urban and Territorial Studies.
Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies. Summa cum laude, Academic Excellence Award, Best Thesis Award 2011.

2009-2011  Pontificia Universidad Católica Chile (PUC). Professional Degree in Architecture.
Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies. Summa cum laude, Academic Excellence Award. School of Architecture.

2004-2009 Pontificia Universidad Católica Chile (PUC). Bachelor's Degree in Architecture.
School of Architecture. Faculty of Architecture, Design, And Urban Studies.

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

2018  Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University.
Fellow at the Summer Institute on the Holocaust and Jewish Civilization at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

2018  Institute for Critical Social Inquiry of The New School for Social Research.
Fellow at the “Relevance of Hannah Arendt” summer seminar, New York.

2007    Technical University of Berlin.
Exchange semester. Faculty of Architecture and Urban Studies, Berlin.

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AWARDS


2019-2020     Mellon/ACLS American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Completion Fellowship.

2019-2020     Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
(granted and declined)

2019  Pamela H. Simpson Presenter’s Fellowship,
Vernacular Architecture Forum.

2019   Gill Family Foundation Society of Architectural Historians
International Conference Fellowship.

2018-2019    TOWNSEND DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIP. 
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC Berkeley.

2017-2018    John L. Simpson Memorial Research Fellowship in International and Comparative Studies. Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley (IIS). 
 
2017-2018    University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI)
Graduate Student Dissertation Support. 

2017    DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Dissertation Research Grant.
Fall 2017

2017    GLOBAL URBAN HUMANITIES-TOWNSEND FELLOWSHIP.Spring 2017

2016    SPIRO KOSTOF FELLOWSHIP IN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY, Department of Architecture, UC Berkeley. 2016-2017

2016    BERKELEY CONNECT FELLOWSHIP in Architecture, UC Berkeley. 2016-2017

2016    TINKER SUMMER FIELD RESEARCH GRANT, Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley. Summer 2016.

2015    INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (IIS) PRE-DISSERTATION RESEARCH GRANT. Summer 2015.

2015    GRADUATE DIVISION CONFERENCE TRAVEL GRANT. UC BERKELEY. June 2015

2015    CHILEAN ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL: Jury Selection Award for the best published thesis, granted for the book “Ni tan Elefante, Ni tan Blanco. Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Política en la Trayectoria del Estadio Nacional” at the 2015 Chilean Architecture and Territory Biennial.

2014    CHILE SCHOLARSHIP [BECAS CHILE]: Scholarship for Advanced Human Capital Formation to study a PhD at UC-Berkeley 2014-2016, from the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research CONICYT, Chilean Ministry of Education.

2013    YAP_CONSTRUCTO:Nominated for the YOUNG ARCHITECTS PROGRAM 2013/2014, Chile, along with the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1.

2013    ARCHITIZER A+AWARDS: Patio 29 Memorial was selected as one of the five finalists in the Architizer A+ Awards for the Memorials category, with entries from 100 countries.

2012    CHILEAN ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL: Jury Selection Award For The Work "Memorial Patio 29" At The 2012 Santiago Architecture And Territory Biennial. Design Of Architects Rozas, V., Garcia, I., De Simone, L. Torres, A. And Agosin, D.

2012    AWARD OF BURSARY "SEED PROJECT FOR ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL CREATION", UNIVERSIDAD DIEGO PORTALES.Collaborator in project "National Stadium - Open File" with artist Camilo Yañez. Project intended to generate a digital visual record and an artistic exhibition about the National Stadium. (2012-2013)

2012    AWARDED OF "BOOK FUND" BY THE CHILEAN MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND ART. To publish the book "Not Much of an Elephant, Not Too White" based on the thesis for the Master in Urban Development, IEUT-PUC. (2012-2013)

2011    FIRST PLACE IN THE "NATIONAL STADIUM: CITIZEN PARK COMPETITION, NATIONAL SPORTS INSTITUTE". With the architecture firm Teodoro Fernández y Asociados and Danilo Martic.

2011    SHENZHEN & HONG KONG BIENNIAL: "Memorial Patio 29" Was Included In The Chilean Pavilion At The 2011 Shenzhen & Hong Kong Urban Studies And Architecture Biennial. Design BY Architects Rozas, V., Garcia, I., De Simone, L. Torres, A. and Agosin, D.

2010    AWARD OF BURSARY "FADEU_2010 DEVELOPMENT FUND" Faculty Of Architecture, Design, And Urban Studies, Development Plan 2006-2010, PUC. CH. For the project "International seminar-workshop: Memorialization without Urbanism? (Lessons about the Argentine and Chilean experiences)"

2010    AWARD OF BURSARY “I+P:km 1.” Support for thesis authors to publish in high-impact journals, Eighth Call, September 2010 Research and Postgraduate Studies Office, Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies.

2010    ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP.Institute of Urban and Territorial Studies, PUC.

2008    FIRST PLACE IN THE "COMPETITION FOR THE INTERVENTION AND RESTORATION OF YARD 29 OF THE GENERAL CEMETERY, A HISTORICAL MONUMENT". In charge of the National Council of National Monuments, Records and Museums Office and Human Rights Program, Ministry of Internal Affairs.

2007    TU-DAAD SCHOLARSHIP. Technische Universität Berlin and German Academic Exchange Service.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2018     Architectural Consultant, TLS Landscape Architecture.  

2017     Berkeley Museum of Art and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) docent, University of California, Berkeley. Docent for the Hippie Modernism exhibition curated by Andrew Blauvelt, Lawrence Rinder and Greg Castillo. (February to May)

2016     Graduate Student Researcher, University of California, Berkeley. (Prof. Andrew Shanken Spring 2016, Prof. Greg Castillo Spring-Summer 2016)

2015     Collaborator of the Contemporary Lacuna Stories Project,directed by Prof. Paul Rabinow at UC Berkeley and Stanford University.

2015    Catalogue Designer/Editor for the Exhibition Catalogue of Art+Village in the Pearl River Delta. Exhibition at Wurster Gallery at the College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley.

2012   Architect at Teodoro Fernández Arquitectos y Asociados. (January 2012 to July 2014)    

2011     Researcher at the City and Territory Laboratory [Laboratorio de Ciudad y Territorio]. Faculty of Architecture, Art, and Design. Universidad Diego Portales. (September 2011 to July 2014)

 2011   Executive Editor of Person and Society Journal [Revista Persona y Sociedad]. Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad Alberto Hurtado CH. (March 2011 to September 2013)

2010     Dean's Office Assistant, Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad Alberto Hurtado CH. (March 2010 to January 2012)

2009    Professional Internship at URBE Consultants [Consultora URBE Ltda]. (3 months)

2008    "COMPETITION FOR THE INTERVENTION AND RESTORATION OF YARD 29 OF THE GENERAL CEMETERY, A HISTORICAL MONUMENT" [PATIO 29 DEL CEMENTERIO GENERAL]". Preparation of the architectural project and supervision of the construction of the winning project. (From July 2008 to September 2010)

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TEACHING


2017     Guest Lecturer Seminar ‘Kunst im Kontext’. 
Universität der Künste Berlin (Fall 2017)

2016     Graduate Student Instructor of the Berkeley Connect Program.
College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley. (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)

2011     Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture, Art, and Design. Universidad Diego   Portales, Santiago. (2011 to 2014)

2008     Graduate Student Instructor, Faculty of Architecture, Design, And Urban Studies, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Chile (PUC),Santiago. (2008 to 2011)

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CONFERENCES


2019     “Building Apologies in Buenos Aires”
, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Boston, MA.

2019      “Contested Memorials: Tracing the Culture of Apology in Buenos Aires”
, Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), Providence, Rhode Island.

2018     “Competing Apologies: African Memories in Postcolonial Berlin”
, After Effects: Architectural Histories of the Present (Graduate Student Conference), UC Berkeley.

2018      “Uncovering Traces of Colonialism in Berlin”
, German Studies Association (GSA), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

2018    “Postcolonial Berlin: Erasing Traces of Colonial Pride”,
Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), April 2018, St. Paul, Minnesota.

2017    “Peter Zumthor’s Topography of Terror. A Genealogy of an Unexecuted Project”,
Society of Architectural Historians (SAH), June 2017, Glasgow.

2016    “Cruising Eisenman’s Holocaust Memorial”, Berkeley Circus, CED UC Berkeley.

2015    “Still Standing: Memories of Modernization and Dictatorship in the National Stadium of Chile”, Society for American City and Regional Planning History Conference, Nov., Los Angeles.

2015    “Cruising Eisenman’s Holocaust Memorial”, SIEF (International Society for Ethnology and Folklore) 12th Congress “Utopias, Realities, Heritages. Ethnographies for the 21st century”, 21-25 June, Zagreb, Croatia.

2014    “La vida cotidiana de los memoriales”, International Conference and Exhibition “Dones/Presó”, Les Corts, 25-27 November, 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

2014    “Demolishing the Traditional Memorial: Santiago and Buenos Aires”,“Memory and Power. A Transnational Perspective” 1st International Symposium of The European Observatory on Memories, 6-8 May, 2014, Barcelona, Spain.

2013    FERNÁNDEZ, T., MARTIC, D., ROZAS KRAUSE V. “A Park for Citizenship: Seven Decades of Landscape Architecture at the National Stadium”, Landscape Seminar, October 23, at the University of Talca (Chile).

2013    CUADROS, G. & ROZAS KRAUSE V. “Learning from the National Stadium: Approaches from the City and Territory Laboratory at Universidad Diego Portales (UDP)”, International Conference "Who Cares for Chilean Cities? Academic Answers, from Architecture, Public Space and Urban Projects", organized by GSAPP’s Latin Lab and the Columbia Global Centers, on October 19.

2013    FERNÁNDEZ, T., MARTIC, D., ROZAS KRAUSE V. “A Park for Citizenship: Seven Decades of Landscape Architecture at the National Stadium”,International Seminar "The Meaning of History in the Landscape Architecture", on September 05, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

2012    “A Stadium for the Nation: Manifestations of Power and Dissidence in Chile’s National Stadium (1973-2012)”, 9th International Conference of The Architectural Humanities Research Association, AHARA, titled “Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence”. 15-17 November 2012, London.

2011    "Not Much of an Elephant, Not That White. Five Views of the National Stadium". Meeting for the Dissemination of Theses on Memory and the Recent Past, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 22-23. Organized by the Memory Studies Nucleus, Institute for Economic and Social Development (IDES).

2011    "Memory without a city: The National Stadium in the process of becoming heritage". International seminar "Memory Spaces in the City", Santiago de Chile, July 13 - 14. Seminar organized by the Villa Grimaldi Corporation and the Institute of Urban and Territorial Studies, UC. Sponsored by DIBAM and the European Union.

2011    "Three Ways of Explaining the Existence of Old Stands in a Remodeled Stadium". International conference "Urban space, memory, and citizenship", March 15 - 18, Barcelona. Organized by the Centre d’Estudis sobre les Èpoques Franquista i Democràtica (CEFID-UAB), Memorial Democràtic (Generalitat de Catalunya), with the assistance of Heinrich Böll Stiftung Cono Sur, Museu d’Història de Barcelona (MUHBA).

2009    CACERES, G., MILLÁN, R., ROZAS KRAUSE, V. "Physical Memorialization in Government Policies: Assessment, Criticism, and Challenges" [“La memorialización física en las políticas oficialistas: balance, crítica y desafíos”]. In: OPEN MEMORY "Architecture and Memory" [MEMORIA ABIERTA. “Arquitectura y Memoria”]. Buenos Aires.

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VOLUNTEER, UNION AND MEDIA ACTIVITY


2016    Member of the Peer Review Committee of the Journal ARQ, published by Ediciones ARQ, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Chile. Indexed: Thomson ISI, Scielo, Scopus SciVerse, Avery Index, Latindex. http://www.edicionesarq.cl/ (ongoing)

2015    Elected Representative of the MS/PhD Students, Department of Architecture, CED Berkeley. (Fall 2015 – Spring 2016)

2013    Member of the Editorial Board of the electronic magazine Sentidos Comunes www.sentidoscomunes.cl. (May 2013 to March 2014)

2012    Coordinator of the Democratic Cities and Territories Committee, Democratic Revolution political organization [Revolución Democrática]. (January 2012 to December 2012)

2012    Columnist for electronic newspaper “El Mostrador” www.elmostrador.cl.

2011     Registered Professional Architect at the Chilean College of Architects, ICA. 10627 (December 2011 to date)

2010    Volunteer work for Un Techo Para Chile. Volunteer for building of emergency housing after the earthquake in February 2010 in the village Mariposas. Maule Region, Chile.

2010    Instituto Igualdad. Study Center. Academic Director. Member of the City and Territory program.

2009    Academic Advisor (graduate student representative) before the Faculty Council, Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies, UC.

2006    Academic Advisor (undergraduate student representative) before the Faculty Council, Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies, UC.

2003    Member of the Students' Union, School of Architecture. Faculty Of Architecture, Design, And Urban Studies, Pontificia Universidad Catolica Chile (PUC).
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