Jeannette Sordi is an architect and urban planner based in New York City. She works as an external consultant for the Inter-american Development Bank division of Housing and Urban Development and is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at NYIT. Until 2018, she was Associate Professor of Landscape and Urbanism at Adolfo Ibañez University in Santiago de Chile. Sordi earned a PhD 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 main publications include the books Beyond Urbanism (List, 2014; Sacabana, 2017, Spanish edition), 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), Ness.Docs.2. Landscape as Urbanism in the Americas (Ness, 2020) and the forthcoming Ecological Design. Strategies for the Vulnerable City (IaDB, 2021). In 2017 she co-curated the XX Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism of Chile.