Mary Louise Lobsinger is a writer, artist, and an architectural historian. Her research on the histories and theories of modern architecture and urbanism focuses on issues of historiography, and on technology and the techniques of articulation. She has published widely and held fellowships and received awards from the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the Graham Foundation, the Social Science and Research Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Design Council, the Graduate School of Design, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Lobsinger’s creative practice includes video and text-based visual works and environments for multi-disciplinary experiments as well as architectural practice. She holds a B.A. (Fine Arts, University of Guelph), BArch (University of Waterloo), MDeS (GSD), PhD (Harvard University) and has taught at design schools in Canada, the USA and in Europe. She is currently Associate Professor of Architecture History at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto.