The specialization in Theory, History and Culture offers to graduates in architecture or graduated in humanistic disciplines a broad and rigorous training in the history, theory and criticism of architecture, as well as in the knowledge of the field of culture in relation to inhabited space, heritage and city.
Among the main goals, we could stand out:
Research. Search archives and other documentary sources with critical vision to hypothesize, track clues and write reports or doctoral theses.
Writing. Have a narrative and editing capacity to practice architectural criticism and prepare essays, academic articles, dissemination texts and monographs on architecture.
Exhibiting. To propose curatorial policies where design between the space and its objects generates an interpretative unit.
Teaching. To train university professors specialized in the area of the theory and history of architecture.
Interpreting heritage. Provide the necessary cultural background and the basic criteria to inventory, catalogue, protect and intervene in the architectural heritage.