AboutMy areas of interest center on the place of the historical within contemporary built environments. I aim to gain a better understanding of how surviving traces of the past are preserved, interpreted, experienced and exploited today, and how they contribute to urban life while inspiring urban identities. A solid understanding of the past is thus required. My specialties include architecture and planning of the modern era, built environments of European colonialism, heritage management, and North Africa.
EducationB.A. Davidson College (2005), Political Science and Classics
M.A. Cornell University (2009), History of Architecture & Urban Development
Ph.D. University of Washington (2017), Built Environments