Christina E. Crawford, Assistant Professor at Emory University, is an historian of architecture and urban form and a licensed architect. Her current book project, Spatial Revolution, explores the foundations of early Soviet urban theory and practice on specific industrial construction sites, and new research investigates the international transfer of ideas about social housing using the first federally funded housing project in the US—Atlanta’s Techwood Homes (1934)—as a principal node. Her scholarly writing can be found in Future Anterior, Harvard Design Magazine, and the Journal of Urban History, among other publications. She received her PhD and MArch from Harvard University.