Lidija Butkovic Micin gained her MA in Art History and Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and is working as an assistant at the Department of Art History of the University of Zadar, Croatia. She is enrolled in the PhD program at the University of Zadar, researching the topic of the high-rise modernist housing architecture in the town of Rijeka. She publishes scientific and popular articles and curates exhibitions focusing on the history of Croatian modernist architecture, public monuments and visual arts, including books "Ada Felice-Rosic and Nada Silovic; a Woman's Touch in Architectural History of Rijeka" (2014), "Modern Architecture of Trogir" (2019), and "Consumer Culture Landscapes in socialist Yugoslavia" (2019; co-editor and contributor). Since 2013 she is a member of Motel Trogir project team under the Loose Associations organization based in Zagreb, dedicated to continuous research, interpretation, and conservation of Croatian post-WWII modernist architectural heritage.
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