Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco is an architect, historian, and educator. She is an assistant professor of architecture, and co-director of the architecture program at Bard College. Her research focuses on relations between architecture and property regimes in Mexico, with an emphasis on understanding spaces of resistance against the privatization of common lands. Her writings have appeared in Places Journal, Avery Review, New Geographies, Scapegoat, e-flux Architecture, among other publications. As an architect, she has collaborated with Arup Integrated Urbanism, Foster + Partners, Wiel Arets, and Fernando Romero. As an educator, she previously taught at the Architectural Association, University for the Creative Arts, Central Saint Martins and Iowa State University. Her work has been exhibited at Think Space in Zagreb, the Venice Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, among other venues. Ivonne received a Ph.D. in architectural history from the Architectural Association, an M.Arch from the Berlage Institute, and a B.Arch degree from Universidad de las Américas in Puebla Mexico.