Rachel Julia Engler
Department of Art History

Rachel Julia Engler studies the history of architecture, with a particular focus on spaces of religious and spiritual practice. Her dissertation considers the facilities and media complexes associated with television evangelists. Rachel’s most recent publication is the translation, together with Reto Geiser, of Sigfried Giedion’s Befreites Wohnen (Lars Müller, 2019). Rachel joined the doctoral program in Art History in 2014. She received her BA from Yale University in 2010.

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