is professor of architecture in the graduate architecture program at Pratt Institute where she formerly served as Chair of Architecture from 1999 until 2005. Between 1991 and 1998, she was the editor of Assemblage, widely considered the most relevant journal on contemporary architectural theory during its time. She is the author of over fifty articles on architectural theory and history published in academic journals, book collections, and other publications. Ingraham is also the author of numerous books including Restructuring Architectural Theory, (editor with Marco Diani) (Northwestern U. Press 1989); Architecture and the Burdens of Linearity (Yale University Press, 1998); Architecture, Animal, Human: The Asymmetrical Condition (Routledge Press, 2006); and Architecture’s Theory (The MIT Press, 2023). Ingraham has served as visiting professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.