University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2451
Moscow, ID 83844-2451
Carolina Manrique is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Idaho. Her current research focuses on developing the notion of resilience in architecture, and the relationship between structures and architectural design. The emerging notion of resilience in architecture, and lessons from historic preservation and history of building technology are used to expand the possibilities of this integrated approach.
- Ph.D, Architecture, 2015, Texas A&M University
- Advanced Masters, Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions, 2010, Universidade do Minho – Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
- Master of Building Technology (structures), 2005, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
- Bachelor, Architecture, 1999, Universidad del Valle
- Design and Structures
- Resilience in Architecture
- Historic Preservation
- History of Building Technology
Carolina Manrique holds a PhD in Architecture from Texas A&M University, USA. Her dissertation aimed towards developing the notion of resilience through an integrated approach between heritage conservation and heritage tourism. She is an architect with a bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Universidad del Valle (Cali, Colombia), a master’s degree in building technology (structures) from the Universitat Polytecnica de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain), and an advanced dual master’s degree in structural analysis of monuments and historical constructions from Universidade do Minho (Guimaraes, Portugal) and Universitat Polytecnica de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain).
- Manrique-Hoyos, C., Jamal, T., & Warden, R. (accepted for publication). Heritage Tourism and Historic Preservation: An integrated approach towards resilience in cultural & heritage tourism destinations. Tourism Social Science Series. Mallorca: Emerald.
- Manrique, C., Warden, R. Jamal, T. “Resilience in Heritage Conservation and Heritage Tourism” (abstract refereed). Presented at the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) as one of the selected Student Scholars 2014. Quebec City, Canada, October 27-29 2014.
- Manrique, C., Warden, R. “Technology, Preservation Education and Managing Change in the Alamo” (abstract refereed). Presented at the Preservation Education Conference – National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE). National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), Natchitoches, Louisiana, United States, July 15-16 2014.
- Manrique, C., Jamal, T., & Warden, R. “Heritage Conservation and Tourism: An integrated approach to resilience in Alcatraz Island” (abstract refereed). Presented at the Heritage & Healthy Societies Conference University of Massachusetts Center for Heritage & Society, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States, May 14-16 2014.
- Manrique-Hoyos, C. “Dark Tourism Issues in the Preservation of Alcatraz Island” (abstract refereed); Presented at the SAH - Society of Architectural Historians 67th Annual Conference - Graduate Student Lightning Talks, Austin, Texas, United States, April 9-13 2014.
- Manrique, C. Warden, R. “Heritage Architecture”; Presented at the Institute of Architectural Engineering Heritage Conference – Texas A&M University Kingsville, Texas, United States, September 26-27 2013.
- APT Quebec City Conference Student Scholarship, Association for Preservation Technology International (2014)
- TOMFRA/Raiford L. Stripling Memorial Scholarship for Advancement of Preservation; Texas A&M University (2014)
- Catherine L. Gauldin Endowed Scholarship; Texas A&M University (2014)
- Catherine L. Gauldin Endowed Scholarship; Texas A&M University (2013)
- Glasscock Graduate Research Fellowship; Texas A&M University (2013)
- Edward J. Romieniec Graduate Fellowship; Texas A&M University (2012)
- Department of Architecture Scholarship; Texas A&M University (2011)
- Erasmus Mundus Scholarship; European Commission (2009)