Jeannette Sordi is an architect and urban planner based in New York City. She is an adjunct associate professor at New York Tech and is a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank division of Housing and Urban Development. Until 2018, she was an associate professor of Landscape and Urbanism at Adolfo Ibañez University in Santiago de Chile. Sordi earned a Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Design from the University of Genoa (2013) and was a Doctoral Visiting Student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (2011–2012). Her dissertation focused on the genealogy of landscape urbanism and was published as "Beyond Urbanism" (List, 2014; Sacabana, 2017, Spanish edition). Her main publications include the books Andrea Branzi: From Radical Design to Post-Environmentalism (ARQ, 2015), The Camp and the City: Territories of Extraction (List, 2017), Part-time Cities (ARQ, 2018), 2: Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas (LoA, 2020) and the forthcoming Ecological Urbanism: Strategies for the Vulnerable City.

Courses Taught at New York Tech

  • ARCH 361
  • ARCH 362
  • AAID 160
  • ARCH 824

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