Mark Cousins (writer)

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Mark Cousins (born 1947) is a British cultural critic and architectural theorist. He studied Art History at Merton College, Oxford and was a research student at the Warburg Institute. Since 1993 he is the Director of General Studies and Head of the Graduate Program in Histories and Theories at the Architectural Association.[1] He is also Visiting Professor of Architecture at Columbia University and Southeast University, Nanjing.

He co-founded the London Consortium along with Paul Hirst, Colin MacCabe, and Richard Humphreys.

He is the author of Michel Foucault, co-written with Athar Hussain (London: Macmillan, 1984); The Ugly, a series of articles published at AA Files (1995, 1996); the Introduction to the Penguin Edition of "The Unconscious" by Freud (London: Penguin:2005). Cousins has given the Friday Lectures at the Architectural Association for over thirty years.

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Architectural Association PhD Programme

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