Jordan H. Carver is an interdisciplinary writer, educator, and designer working across architecture, race, nationalism, politics, and abolition. He is currently the KPF Visiting Scholar and Critic at the Yale School of Architecture. He is author of Spaces of Disappearance: The Architecture of Extraordinary Rendition (UR, 2018) and co-author of America Recovered (Actar, 2019). Jordan is the managing editor of Theory & Event, founding editor of the Avery Review, and a core member of Who Builds Your Architecture? He holds a doctorate in American Studies from New York University and advanced architecture degrees from Columbia University GSAPP.