MemberJessica Foley


I am an artist, teacher and researcher working across the fields of contemporary visual art and conceptual writing, telecommunications engineering and data technologies, critical pedagogy and education. In this context, I’m interested in the forms, histories and power relations of storytelling and poetry, and how these can shape human and more-than-human relationships over time. My work takes a creative, experimental, and intersectional approach to research-creation and reflective practice with others. My writing, teaching and research-creation workshops are people and process led, and context sensitive. I am currently Assistant Lecturer in Critical and Contextual Studies at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology. I was Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the Social Sciences Institute at Maynooth University (MUSSI) from 2018-2021 and am a founding member of the Orthogonal Methods Group at CONNECT.

MemberTorgeir Fjeld

MemberCatherine Rose Ettinger

I am an architect and architectural historian. My research focuses on twentieth-century and contemporary Mexican architecture with a specific interest in the confrontation of traditional and modern modes of construction, the circulation of ideas among American countries, and the historiography of Mexican architecture. Other areas of interest include the transformation of vernacular heritage and historic preservation. The book La Arquitectura Mexicana desde Afuera explores the way the idea of Mexican architecture as the embodiment of tradition was promoted in the foreign press and through the imagery of tourism as well as in the architecture of ex-pats in Mexico. My current work explores the architecture (schools, hospitals, cultural institutions) promoted by President Lázaro Cárdenas in the 1930s in Michoacán.

MemberAshar Johnson Khokhar

I am a teacher educator and teacher trainer working with preservice and in-service teachers. My ultimate goal as a teacher educator and teacher trainer is to improve the quality of teaching and learning and assessment in Pakistani classrooms. The other goal embedded with my ultimate goal is to enable teachers to learn to READ and UNDERSTAND text (English, Urdu, Social Studes, History and Geography) and make sense of the content of these textbooks and also present students with the COMPLETE PICTURE of different events mentioned in these textbooks by informing students about the MISSING information.

MemberAnne-Catrin Schultz

Anne-Catrin Schultz is an Associate Professor in the Architecture Department of Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. She received her Ph.D. in Architecture History and Theory from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, where her work focused on the process of layering in the work of the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa. Anne-Catrin writes about historic and contemporary tectonics exploring narratives that go beyond the built environment. Her most recent book is “Time, Space and Material–The Mechanics of Layering in Architecture,” a study of spaces and buildings that transcend time and reflect a non-hierarchical approach to understanding the built environment. More recently, the impact of politics and social change on the architecture production has to the focus of Anne-Catrin’s writings. Tracing the boundaries between reality and imagination, the book “Close to the Original, Far from Authentic?Explorations of Real and Fake in Architecture” is forthcoming with Menges Editions in 2019.

MemberAlberto Campagnolo

Alberto Campagnolo trained as a book conservator (in Spoleto, Italy) and has worked in that capacity in various institutions, e.g. London Metropolitan Archives, St. Catherine’s Monastery (Egypt), and the Vatican Library. He studied Conservation of Library Materials at Ca’ Foscari University Venice, and holds an MA in Digital Culture and Technology from King’s College London. He pursued a PhD on an automated visualization of historical bookbinding structures at the Ligatus Research Centre (University of the Arts, London). He was a CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow (2016-2018) in Data Curation for Medieval Studies at the Library of Congress (Washington, DC). Alberto, in collaboration with Dot Porter (SIMS, UPenn Libraries, Philadelphia, PA), has been involved from the onset in the development of VisColl, a model and tool for the recording and visualization of the gathering structure of books in codex format. Alberto has served on the Digital Medievalist board since 2014, first as Deputy Director, and as Director since 2015, and has been in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Paper Conservation since 2016.