Rania Ghosn is an architect, geographer, and currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan. She completed a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship at Boston University, and holds degrees from American University of Beirut, University College London, and Harvard University. She has taught at a number of schools and has written for a variety of journals, including New Geographies where she is Founding Editor. Her research explores nature, technology, and power, highlighting the territorial domain of infrastructure, particularly that of energy.
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