Maarten Delbeke — Curriculum vitae — gta – Institute for the History Theory of Architecture — ETH Zurich

Maarten Delbeke
Curriculum vitae

Maarten Delbeke (°Bruges, 1970) studied architecture at the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at Ghent University, where he obtained his PhD in 2001. After the Scott Opler Fellowship in Architectural History (Worcester College, Oxford), he became a post-doctoral fellow with the Flemish Fund for Scientific Research (F.W.O.). In 2005-6 he started teaching at the Universties of Ghent and Leiden. At Leiden he led the research project The Quest for the Legitimacy of Architecture 1750–1850, funded with a VIDI-grant from the Dutch Science Foundation (N.W.O.). In 2014 he became full professor at Ghent University. He is the founding editor-in-chief of Architectural Histories, the online open access journal of the European Architectural History Network (EAHN).

Maarten Delbeke has been Visiting professor at Griffiths University, Australia (2013) and Visiting scholar at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal (2004). He has obtained several grants from the Belgian Historical Institute in Rome (B.H.I.R.) for research at the Belgian Academy in Rome. He is member of the advisory board for Architectural History, the journal of the SAHGB, and OverHolland (TU Delft), and a member and previously president of the Board of Directors of the CIAUD-ICASD, which publishes the architectural journal A+. He is a senior member of the Belgian Historical Institute in Rome. From 2006-2009 he was Field Editor at CAAReviews for Architecture and Urbanism until 1800.