Guillemette Chéneau-Deysine

Université Rennes 2

Guillemette Chéneau-Deysine is a PhD student in history of architecture since September 2015. Her thesis, under the direction of Hélène Jannière, Professor of history of contemporary architecture at Université Rennes 2, focuses on the teaching of architecture in France in the 1960s and is entitled The teaching of architecture in France, 1962-1970, decompositions, recompositions. A former jurist and winner of the Paris Bar exam, Guillemette Cheneau-Deysine holds a Master II in Arts History and Criticism obtained in 2015 from Université Rennes 2. Her researches focus on the history of architectural education, on architectural history and theories, and on the history of modern architecture.

Recent publications : Guillemette Cheneau-Deysine, L’enseignement de l’urbanisme à l’ENSBA, 1958-1968, « HEnsA20 » n°3, December 2017, p. 33-40 et http://chmcc.hypotheses.org/3868; Guillemette Cheneau-Deysine, Le séminaire et atelier Tony Garnier, 1961-1974, un enseignement appliqué de l’urbanisme à la confluence des Beaux-Arts et de l’Equipement, « Colonnes » n°34, à paraitre, été 2018.

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