Queerly Political Architectural Practices
Regner Ramos is Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Puerto Rico, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on architectural design, architectural theory, architectural publishing, as well as supervises dissertations. He’s got a PhD in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (2016), and has taught at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London College of Communication, Queer Mary University, and University of Hertfordshire. Ramos’s is interested in researching the relationship between queerness and space through model-making, drawing, mobile technologies, site-based events, and performative writing.
He has been Editor-in-Chief of informa journal since 2016, Architecture Editor at Glass magazine since 2012, and his upcoming book Queer Sites in Global Contexts: Technologies, Spaces, and Otherness (co-edited with Sharif Mowlabocus) was be published by Routledge in December 2020. He is a two-time FIPI grant winner, most recently for his two-year project “Cüirtopia: Mapping an Architectural Register and Cultural Memory of Queer Spaces in Puerto Rico” which began this term.