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Janet Abrams is an artist, writer and editor, and Visiting Associate Professor in the School of Architecture + Planning at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. She holds a PhD in Architectural History, Theory and Criticism from Princeton University, and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Among her previous books, she edited If/Then: Play—Design Implications of New Media (Netherlands Design Institute/BIS, 1998) and, with Peter Hall, co-edited Else/Where: Mapping—New Cartographies of Networks and Territories (University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006). Her most recent book, Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me A Bauhaus: Profiles in Architecture and Design, is published by Princeton Architectural Press (2020).

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Janet Abrams is an artist, writer and editor, and Visiting Associate Professor in the School of Architecture + Planning at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. She holds a PhD in Architectural History, Theory and Criticism from Princeton University, and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Among her previous books, she edited If/Then: Play—Design Implications of New Media (Netherlands Design Institute/BIS, 1998) and, with Peter Hall, co-edited Else/Where: Mapping—New Cartographies of Networks and Territories (University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006). Her most recent book, Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me A Bauhaus: Profiles in Architecture and Design, is published by Princeton Architectural Press (2020).


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