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Óskar Örn Arnórsson is a New York/Reykjavik based architect and architectural historian.
He is a newly appointed lecturer at the Iceland University of Arts and a PhD student at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), where he is in the final stages of writing a dissertation titled “Architectures of the Marshall Plan in Europe, 1948-1952.” In the dissertation, Oskar looks at how the US governed “Western Europe” through the built environment in the years after WWII, through an analysis of case studies in West-Germany, France and Greece. Oskar’s topics of interest include architectures of global governance, architectures of development and architecture and environment, with an emphasis on the post-reconstruction United States as a catalyst in its various imperial forms.
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