Bradshaw Knight Professor of Environmental Humanities and director, Center for Culture, History, and Environment, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Anna Andrzejewski is the director of the Center for Culture, History, and Environment at Nelson Institute. A faculty member in the Department of Art History, her research focuses on the history of North American architecture and cultural landscapes. Anna has published Building Power: Architecture and Surveillance in Victorian America (Tennessee, 2008) as well as many articles on postwar suburban architecture.
She is currently finishing a book on the post World War II building industry; working with graduate students in art history and geography on a multi-year research project on the cultural landscape of the northern Great Plains; and beginning a project on the cultural landscape of retirement in south Florida.