Sarah Selvidge

Visiting Lecturer
3422 Dwinelle

Sarah Selvidge is currently a lecturer at UC Berkeley, where she earned her PhD in History in 2015 and at Stanford University. She is currently working on a book called Modernism and Miracles: Housing Policy in Twentieth Century Mexico. Her scholarly interests include: urban services and infrastructure (especially housing and garbage), public space, architecture and the built environment, avant-garde culture, and film.