Sarah Williams Goldhagen

Sarah Williams Goldhagen

Architecture and landscapes, cities and urban design, infrastructure and public art -- all these constitute the built environment. That's what I write about. The things of the world outlast us.

For me, also, writing well, and authenticity of voice matters.

Before devoting myself full-time to writing, I taught for ten years at Harvard's Graduate School of Design, and have also taught at UT Austin and at Wellesley and Vassar Colleges. Between books, I've published a raft of essays, some of them award-winning, many of them as the New Republic's architecture critic. Currently I am currently a Contributing Editor at both Art in America and Architectural Record.

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    • How the Built Environment Shapes Our Lives
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