2013 Ph.D. Princeton University
2009 M.A. Princeton University
2005 M.A. Williams College
2003 B.A. Middlebury College
"CyberSovietica: Planning, Design, and the Cybernetics of Soviet Space, 1954-1986"
Current Book Project
CyberSovietica A book on cybernetic thinking in Soviet planning and design
Publications and Projects
Under Review "The Cyborg Domicile: Human-Machine Interaction in Late-Soviet Design."
In process "Hybrid Epistemologies: Design and the Soviet Quest for a Cyborg Housewife
In process "Futuristic Past of Soviet Data"
In process "Algorithms for Innovation: the case of TRIZ"
2009 "Reconstruction Moscow: How Yuri Luzhkov Razed, Replicated, and Resurrected Russian Architecture," Pidgin 7, 2009, pp. 92-107.
2008 "Learning from Levittown: A Conversation with Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown" in World's Away: new suburban landscapes, Andrew Blauvelt, ed., Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2008. (Interview team with Beatriz Colomina et al.)