Braden Engel is Senior Lecturer in Architecture, teaching courses in architectural history and theory. He has taught internationally – at the Architectural Association, London, the University of Greenwich, London, before coming to the Bay Area where he is also currently Lecturer in History of Architecture at University of California Berkeley and University of California Santa Cruz.
Braden received an M.A. in Histories & Theories of Architecture from the Architectural Association, London, and an M.Arch. and a B.S. in Philosophy from North Dakota State University. His written work has been published in the United States and abroad, including *The Journal of Architecture (RIBA)*, *Planning Perspectives*, *AA Files*, and *PLAT*. Braden’s current research and writing focuses on the interval between aesthetic experience and modes of presentation in architectural historiography, framed by the mixing of continental European and American pragmatist philosophies in the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
ARCHT 422/622: Architectural Theory
ARCHT 550/650: Aesthetic Autopsies
Senior Lecturer, Architecture