Antonio Petrov

Dr. Antonio Petrov is currently Professor at the University of Texas San Antonio. He is co-founder of the Harvard GSD publication New Geographies, founder and editor-in-chief of DOMA. In the past two years he also served as co-program director of the Expander program at Archeworks in Chicago and Caudill visiting critic at Rice University. He received his doctoral degree in the history and theory of architecture, urbanism, and cultural studies from Harvard University. Most recently, the San Antonio Current has named him a “Mover and Shaker.” His research has been published in MONU, Manifest, Texas Architect, IN-BO, Nakhara, MAS-Context, and he edited the Harvard University Press published journal, New Geographies Volume 5 “The Mediterranean: Worlds, Regions, Cities, and Architectures.” He is currently working on a manuscript titled, “New Sacred Geographies: Between Immersion and Total Autonomy,” and a forthcoming edited volume published by Archeworks Papers. Petrov taught architecture and urban design at Rice University, Harvard University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Iowa State University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is also a recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, and has received several other grants, fellowships, and won international prizes and competitions in architecture, planning and design.