Adi Meyerovitch

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Adi Meyerovitch is a doctoral student in the history and theory of architecture at Yale University. She studies the history of architecture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and her academic interests include the architectural history of nationalism, historic building preservation, photography, and cross-cultural relations. Currently, Adi is studying French and British architectural practices in Ottoman Jerusalem in the mid-nineteenth century. Adi was trained as an architect at Tel Aviv University and the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Before joining Yale, she had practiced architecture in Tel Aviv, Copenhagen, and San Francisco, and had taught at the California College of Arts School of Architecture.

Department: 
School of Architecture
Fields of Interest: 
History of European Architecture in Jerusalem