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Sebastian Schmidt Dalzon is an urban and architectural historian focusing on war, race, and memory issues in the United States, Germany, and Japan in the 20th and 21st centuries.
He holds a PhD in the History and Theory of Architecture (MIT), an MSc in Urban Studies (The University of Edinburgh), and a BA in Cultural Studies (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf).
Sebastian’s work uses interdisciplinary approaches to investigate the urban environment as a meeting place of ideological, economic, and governmental powers, paying attention to the social construction of narratives around ethnicity, race, and gender.
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