The Kaleta A. Doolin Foundation Fellow
Shundana Yusafشندانه یوسف is associate professor of architectural history and theory at the school of architecture at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Her scholarship juxtaposes colonial and postcolonial history with sound studies in architecture, framing each as a force of globalization. She is the author of Broadcasting Buildings: Architecture on the Wireless, 1927-1945 (MIT Press, 2014), and the coordinator and primary author of SAH Archipedia Utah (University of Virginia Press, 2019). Together with Ole Fischer, she is the founding editor of Dialectic: A Journal of the School of Architecture at the University of Utah. At the Clark, she will complete the manuscript of her third book, The Resonant Tomb: A Feminist History of Sufi Shrines in Pakistan.