Nana Last is Associate Professor at the University of Virginia School of Architecture where she teaches courses in architecture theory and design. She received a PhD from MIT and a MArch from Harvard University. Her research covers contemporary architecture theory and practice, and their connection to art, philosophy, and cultural studies. She has been published in a number of anthologies as well as Any, Assemblage, Harvard Design Magazine, Thresholds, Praxis, Art Journal, and Visual Resources. Her book Wittgenstein’s House: Language, Space and Architecture was published in 2008 by Fordham University Press.
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