Nicholas Risteen

Lecturer, Princeton Writing Program
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311 New South

Nicholas Risteen is an architectural historian and theorist, researching 19th- and 20th-century architecture and urbanism in Japan. His current project focuses on post-disaster reconstruction in Japan between the Great Kantō Earthquake of 1923 and the Tokyo Olympics of 1964, exploring issues of mapping and urban planning, and film, photography, and fiction. Before coming to Princeton, Nicholas was a practicing architect. Schedule an appointment on his WASE calendar here.