Clelia Pozzi


Clelia Pozzi is a PhD candidate in the School of Architecture and is pursuing a joint degree in the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities.

Her dissertation addresses the development of Italian architectural preservation as a scientific practice in the early 20th century, and examines specifically the apparatus of scientific and cultural techniques that preservation contributed to the discipline of architecture. Before coming to Princeton, Clelia received an MDesS in History and Philosophy of Design from Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a Master of Architecture from Politecnico di Milano. She has practiced as an architectural designer in Milan and collaborated to research projects on 21st century museums for the European Union Culture Program.