Juliet Koss


Juliet Koss teaches as Assistant Professor of Art History at Scripps College in Claremont, California. Her special areas of research are European modernity of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, architecture and affiliated fields as well as German and Russian aesthetic and artistic practices. Koss has received numerous awards and international grants for her scientific work, among others, at the Getty Research Institute Los Angeles and the Humboldt Foundation Berlin. In this year’s spring she will be a visiting scholar in residence at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal; in spring 2009 she will be on a grant at the American Academy in Berlin; in summer 2009 she will be Rudolf Arnheim-Professor at the Humboldt University Berlin. After publishing numerous essays, her forthcoming book »Modernism after Wagner« will be published this year by The University of Minnesota Press.