Lisa C. Henry is an artist and an Associate Professor in Architecture at the University of Utah. She holds an M.Arch. from Harvard Graduate School of Design. Lisa’s research is focused on how critical gender, race, queer, and disability theory intersect with architectural education, pedagogy, design, and production. Her current work analyzes how research and analytical methods in humanities and literature can inform our understanding of architecture as a critical tool in the construction of identity. Henry is a core organizer for Dark Matter University, and has served on the board of Dialectic, the peer-reviewed journal of the School of Architecture at the University of Utah.