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Isadora Dannin

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Architecture

Education

(M.Arch), MIT
(B.A.), Wesleyan, Art History

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Isadora Dannin has been a lecturer in the School of Architecture at Northeastern since 2022. She teaches architecture studios at Wentworth Institute of Technology as well, and has previously taught studios and seminars in design, sculpture and book arts at Montserrat College of Art. She is the co-instigator of the research and design working group, Proof of Concept, with Stratton Coffman. She holds an M.Arch from MIT, where she worked as a research assistant in the Future Heritage Lab, and a BA in art history from Wesleyan University, where she served as an editor for Ostranenie/Samizdat Press, a student-run press and arts publication, and where she received the Alumni Prize in Art History. Her work has appeared in the MIT Museum, MIT’s Keller Gallery, the Wiesner Gallery, the List Visual Art Center, and the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. She has presented her writing and film at the Multimedia Anthropology Lab at University College London, and the Association of Critical Heritage Studies.