Nathan Bullock
Student

Nathan F. Bullock is an ABD Ph.D. student working with Dr. Annabel J. Wharton and a candidate for the certificate in feminist theory. Nathan works on the history and theory of architecture and urbanism. His multidisciplinary background informs his historical approach and methodology in conducting research for his dissertation on the performance of citizenship in contemporary Singapore. This project incorporates theater and performance theory as a key tool in creating a postcolonial contrapuntal reading of the urban built environment in Singapore. He is also interested in curation and urban policy.
Nathan's committee includes Drs. Gennifer Weisenfeld, Kristine Stiles, and Elizabeth Grosz.

B.A., magna cum laude , History & International Studies - University of Richmond
M.A. Comparative Literature - Dartmouth College
M.Sc. (Research) Human Geography & Urban Studies - London School of Economics and Political Science

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