Anna-Maria Meister is a historian, theorist and architect working at the intersection of architecture's history with architectural practice and critique on the one hand, and with the histories of science and technology on the other. She received a joint PhD degree in the History and Theory of Architecture and the Council of the Humanities from Princeton University, and holds degrees in architecture from Columbia University, New York, and the TU Munich. She was a fellow at the Max-Planck Institute for History of Science in Berlin with Lorraine Daston, a postdoctoral fellow at the TU Munich, and her work has been supported by grants and fellowships from the Graham Foundation, the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies, DAAD, and Columbia University, among others. Her writing has been published in Harvard Design Magazine, Volume, Uncube, Baumeister, Arch+ and as book chapter in Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence (Routledge, 2013) and Dust and Data (Spectorbooks 2019/20). The international collaborative project “Radical Pedagogies” that Meister co-curates and co-edits was featured at the Lisbon Triennale 2013 and the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale 2014, where it received a Special Mention from the Jury under Rem Koolhaas; the eponymous book is forthcoming with MIT Press in 2022.