Elisa Dainese is a theorist and historian with architectural background. She is currently Assistant Professor of History and Theory at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Architecture. She specializes in postwar architecture, urban design, and knowledge production with a focus on the exchanges between Africa, Europe, and North America. Her research and teaching investigate questions of epistemic diversity in twentieth and twenty-first century architecture and urbanism; non-western modernisms and indigenous traditions; concepts of race, gender and power in the design disciplines; postcolonial theories and decolonial practices. For more info, please send me a message