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Libero Andreotti, PhD (Arch 1980; M Arch 1982)is Professor of Architecture and Resident Director of the Georgia Tech Paris Program. He holds a Ph.D. in Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism from MIT. His main areas of interest are the history of European art and architecture between the wars and avant garde movements after World War II. Mr. Andreotti was a Fulbright scholar to Italy in 1989 and a Fulbright Senior Scholar to France in 1994. He is curator and editor, with Xavier Costa, of Situationist: Art, Politics, Urbanism held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona and of Theory of the Derive and Other Situationist Writings on the City (Barcelona: ACTAR 1996). He is contributor and co-curator of the exhibition Mario Sironi: la grande decorazione at the Milan Triennale of 2004 (Milan: Electa 2004) and the at the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna (2003). His writings have appeared in October, Lotus International, JAE, Architectural Theory Review, Built Environment, Design Studies, and Architecture and Idea. His forthcoming book Le Grand Jeu a Venir: écrits situationnistes sur la ville (Paris : Editions la Villette 2007), is funded in part through a grant from the French Ministry of Culture. Dr. Andreotti is also a practicing architect in Paris.