Jasmine Benyamin is currently Guest Lecturer (Design / History Theory) and Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP), where she teaches history and theory courses as well design studios at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her interdisciplinary research addresses architectural manifestations in art practice and popular culture, with a particular focus on film and photography. She holds bachelor’s degrees in architecture and French literature from Columbia University, a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University, and a PhD from Princeton University. Her dissertation research was the recipient of several grants, including the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) and fellowships from both the DAAD and Fulbright Foundation. In addition to editing and translating several books on architecture, her essays have appeared In the Journal for the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH), Thresholds, Constructs, the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE), Offramp, DOCOMOMO journal, and the Journal of Architecture.