Education & Professional History
Grinnell College, BA; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, MA; University of California (Los Angeles), PhD
After earning a degree in economics at Grinnell College, I worked in museum education and research at various museums in the Chicago area. From there I went on to earn a master’s degree in Modern Art History, Theory, and Criticism from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where my work concentrated on critical design strategies of the recent past. I then went on to complete my doctoral work at UCLA, where I worked primarily with Miwon Kwon and Sylvia Lavin and completed a dissertation on the Italian Radical Architecture group Superstudio (active 1966-79). At the same time, I worked at the Getty Research Institute and taught at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. I joined the Carleton faculty in 2009, the same year I completed my dissertation.
At Carleton since 2009.
ARTH 247: Architecture Since 1950
ARTH 262: Architectural Studies in Europe Program: Community-Engaged Design
ARTH 263: Architectural Studies in Europe Program: Prehistory to Postmodernism