K. Michael Hays

K. Michael Hays is the Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, where he also serves as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. He has written on twentieth- and twenty-first-century architecture, focusing on ideological issues in the history of the avant-garde and current debates in architecture and critical theory.  His books include Modern Architecture and the Posthumanist SubjectArchitecture Theory since 1968, and Architecture’s Desire.