Katja Grillner is professor of Critical Studies in Architecture, director of research and vice head of the School of Architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). She is co-founder of FATALE, a feminist architecture teaching and research group based at KTH. She was the president of the Nordic Association for Architectural Research 2000-2002, director of architecture research at KTH from 2005-2008, and has directed large research projects such as AKAD (2003-2007); Architecture and Authorship (2003-2007); The Poetics of Critical Writing (2007-2009).
Publications (since 2011)
Katja Grillner “Design research and critical transformations: Situating thought, projecting action” in Murray Fraser (Ed.) Design Research in Architecture (Ashgate, 2013)*
Katja Grillner “Debatt: Stadsmässig återvändsgränd”, Arkitektur, Nr 4 2013, p 16.
Meike Schalk, Brady Burroughs, Katja Grillner and Katarina Bonnevier “FATALE Critical Studies in Architecture” in Nordic Journal of Architecture, No 2, pp 90-96 (2011).*
Katja Grillner “A Performative Mode of Writing Place: Out and about the Rosenlund Park, Stockholm 2008-2010” in Mona Livholts (Ed.) Emergent Writing Methodologies in Feminist Studies, Forthcoming (Routledge 2011).*
Katja Grillner “At the Western End a Dead-end Park Slot: On ’Situated Knowledges and the Science Question’ in Urban Planning and Design” in Field – a free journal for architecture (submitted for review, forthcoming issue 2013)*
Katja Grillner with FATALE “Ten Fluttering Follies - Writing the Garden of the Incompatible Modalities Salon, London 2010” manuscript for Festschrift, McGill University Press (forthcoming 2014)