Ana Ozaki


Position Lecturer
Phone 805.756.2468
Office 21-212
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ARCH 252 - Salinas Dam Un-Learning Center

ARCH 420 - Architecture and Race: Histories of Color Lines and Colonial Subtexts in the Built Environment

ARCH 420 - "What-Ifs": Speculative Fictions of Climate and Architecture


Ana Ozaki is an architectural historian and instructor, interested in architecture’s intersection with critical theory, storytelling, and activism. Before coming to Cal Poly, Ozaki worked as an architect in Brazil and has taught courses at Barnard College/Columbia University, New York, Cornell University, Ithaca, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Universidade Positivo, Curitiba, Brazil. Ozaki holds a B.Arch. and a B.F.A. from Parana's Federal University, Curitiba, Paraná and the School of Music and Fine Arts, respectively, and an M.Sc. Arch. and an M.C.P. from the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, and is currently a PhD Candidate at Cornell University’s History of Architecture and Urban Development program.


Educational Credentials:

  • B.Arch, Federal University of Paraná
  • B.F.A., School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná
  • M.Sc. Arch, University of Cincinnati
  • M.C.P., University of Cincinnati
  • PhD Candidate, History of Architecture and Urban Development, Cornell University


Updated 2.14.22

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