Sandra Kaji O’Grady

Sandra Kaji-O’Grady’s research interests are in the cross-fertilization between architecture, science and art in the 1960s and 1970s. Kaji-O'Grady's research has been published in leading international journals including The Journal of Architectural Education and the Journal of Architecture, and as chapters in books with international audiences and publishers including The SAGE Handbook of Architectural Theory, Sage, (forthcoming 2010) and Architecture, Disciplinarity and the Arts, A&S Books, Ghent, (2009). She has presented regularly at international conferences including in the UK, USA, Finland, France, Germany and Belgium. She delivered the first plenary lecture at the conference ‘Universal versus Individual: The Architecture of the 1960s' in Finland, organised by the Alvar Aalto Academy in 2002. In the same year, at the invitation of the architect, Hiromi Fujii, she delivered a lecture on his work at Shibaura Institute of Technology in Tokyo, Japan.