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-Solano-Meza, Natalia, “Searching for Dissidence in the School of Architecture at the University of Costa Rica: Performative arts as a medium in redefining architecture’s disciplinary boundaries.”  in Dramatic Architectures, Theatre and Performing Arts in Motion, eds. Jorge Palinhos; Josefina González Cubero; and Luísa Pinto, (Oporto, Portugal, CEAA EDITIONS, 8, 2021) DIGITAL BOOK


-Solano-Meza, Natalia, Aesthetics of Comfort: A Third Moment in Costa Rican Histories of Tropical Architecture, Spring 2020, Architecture Beyond Europe Journal.

-Solano-Meza, Natalia, Narrativas del ambiente tropical y la consolidación de ciertos discursos disciplinares en la revista Habitar (Costa Rica, 1990-2012), Revista Bitácora Arquitectura, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Número 43, 2019, pages  110-117

-Solano-Meza, Natalia, Hopes and Failures of a Computer-School: The School of Architecture at the Universidad de Costa Rica 1971-1979, DEARQ, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, Volumen 27, 2020, pages 37-49

-Solano-Meza, Natalia, From Tropical Architecture to Teaching Methods. Notes on the role of Dr. Otto H. Koenigsberger in the development of the  Escuela de Arquitectura at the Universidad de Costa Rica, RevistaArea-Agenda de Reflexión en Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, October, 2018, pages. 163-177. FULL TEXT

-Solano-Meza, Natalia, Against a pedagogical colonization: The case of the School of Architecture at the University of Costa Rica, Journal: Charrette, The Journal of Architecture Educators, Autumn, 2017, pages 40-58. FULL TEXT

-Solano-Meza, Natalia, Tropical Dissidence: The Creation of the School of Architecture of the University of Costa Rica at the Department of Development and Tropical Studies, Journal: Fabrications, the Journal of the Society of Architecture Historians of Australia and New Zealand, Volume 27 (issue 2),2017,  pages 177-199.

-Solano-Meza Natalia, The land of Abundance: Six possible points of convergence between territory and excess in San José Costa Rica, Lunch The Design-Research Journal of the University of Virginia School of Architecture, Volume 9, 2014


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