School of Architecture
Dijana (Ph.D. 2023, MArch 2016, MPhil 2014, B.Sc. Arch 2010) is an architectural historian of premodern architectural design and drawing with a focus on premodern materials, medicine, and the humoral body. Her research critically examines conventional premodern European architectural histories, narratives, and protagonists. She is currently studying Italo-centric architectural design practices in reference to witchcraft and witches at the intersection of architectural history and the histories of gender and the body.