Gabriele Oropallo is a Senior Lecturer in Critical and Contextual Studies at the School of Art, Architecture and Design. He is also a PhD Admissions Tutor in Design and Technology.
Gabriele Oropallo holds an MA from University College London (UCL) and a PhD from the University of Oslo. He is a Senior Lecturer in Critical and Contextual Studies and PhD Admissions Tutor in Design and Technology at London Met. He is also a Lecturer in Visual Cultures and Design History at the New York University, London. He previously taught Academic Practice at the University of the Arts, London and Design History at University College London.
- Environmental Humanities
- Visual and Technological Cultures
In 2020-21, he is leading a dissertation studio on "Rewilding" and supervising PhD candidates in architectural history and design research.
Gabriele Oropallo has a wide range of publications, cited on Google Scholar.
Gabriele Oropallo was a recipient of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellowship for his work on the history of socially committed design. He was a co-investigator on a major five-year research project on the history of sustainability in design funded by the Norwegian National Research Council.
Dr Gabriele Oropallo
Senior Lecturer in Critical and Contextual Studies