Reto Geiser is a scholar of modern architecture with a focus on the intersections between architecture, pedagogy, and media. He is currently Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Rice University School of Architecture, where he teaches history, theory, and design. Geiser is the author of Giedion and America: Repositioning the History of Modern Architecture (2018), a study that traces aspects of cultural transfer and transatlantic exchange in the work of Swiss art historian Sigfried Giedion. He is the co-author of Reading Revolutionaries (2014), and the editor of the award-winning House is a House is a House is a House is a House (2016) and Explorations in Architecture (2008). He has curated the exhibition Explorations: Teaching, Design, Research, Switzerland’s official contribution to the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale.