Jodi La Coe is a visiting instructor at the Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center of Virginia Tech where she earned a PhD in Architecture and Design Research in 2018. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State and a Master of Architecture from McGill University in the History and Theory of Architecture program. In 2008, she was awarded the New Faculty Teaching Award by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and American Institute for Architecture Students. In 2017, she was chosen for the Award for Excellence in Outreach by the School of Architecture and Design of Virginia Tech. She publishes on architectural representation and design including “Ethereal Matter” (Aki Ishida, ed., Cloud: An Interactive Installation of Light and Sound, 2016), “Quadrature: the joining of truth and illusion in the Interior Architecture of Andrea Pozzo” (Gregory Marinic, ed., Interior Architecture Theory Reader, Routledge), and two forthcoming books, “Dreaming the Fourth Dimension: An Interpretation of the Inversion of the Perspective Diagram in Constructing Space-Time,” in Ceilings and Dreams: The Architecture of Levity (Paul Emmons, Federica Goffi, and Jodi La Coe, eds., Routledge, 2019) and Expanding Field: Women in Architecture, Forty Projects Across the Globe (Lund Humphries, 2020). La Coe is a registered architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.