Professor ; Graduate Faculty
Specialty: History of Art, Public History
|Dept:||Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences|
- B.A., History of Art, Pomona College, 1987.
- M.A., History of Art, Yale University, 1988.
- Ph.D., History of Art, Yale University, 1993.
My research and teaching interests focus primarily on the intersection of architecture, urban studies, and history in the United States. I have written numerous books and articles on topics ranging from American architecture to gender studies, including The Architecture of the Shakers (1995) and Buildings of Nevada (2000). Another book, Unisphere: Architecture and Globalization at the New York World's Fair of 1964-1965, is in progress.