Catherine Ingraham has lectured and published widely in architecture and architectural history and theory. Her current book, Architecture, Property and the Pursuit of Happiness (Princeton University Press, forthcoming), is an examination of architectural work in relation to property systems, primarily in the United States. Ingraham earned her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University. She was an editor, with Michael Hays and Alicia Kennedy, of the critical journal Assemblage and is currently a Professor of Architecture in the Graduate Architecture program at Pratt Institute in New York City, a program which she chaired from 1999-2005. Dr. Ingraham periodically teaches as a visiting professor at Columbia University and the Graduate School of Design. For the past two years she has been a senior visiting fellow in the Center for Urban Real Estate and Design at Columbia University. Her publications include Architecture, Animal, Human (Routledge Press, London 2006), Architecture and The Burdens of Linearity (Yale University Press, New Haven 1998), as well as numerous articles and invited essays in journals and book collections.