Kathleen James-Chakraborty


Kathleen James-Chakraborty is professor of art history at University College Dublin. She has previously taught at the University of California Berkeley and the Yale School of Architecture, where she was a Vincent Scully Visiting Professor in Architectural History. Her books include German Architecture for a Mass Audience (Routledge 2000), Architecture since 1400 (Minnesota 2014) and Modernism as Memory: Building Identity in the Federal Republic of Germany (Minnesota 2018), as well as the edited collections Bauhaus Culture from Weimar to the Cold War (Minnesota 2006) and India in Art in Ireland (Routledge 2016). In 2019 she received the Gold Medal in the Humanities from the Royal Irish Academy.