Trudy Watt is an architect and educator working on matters of architectural process, social inclusion, health equity, and compassionate interdisciplinary pedagogy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In addition to teaching design fundamentals, she researches creative ways to build care theory into design and equity into the built environment. Her current work connects architecture to the fields of gerontology, healthcare, entrepreneurship, storytelling, activism, organizational dynamics, and applied compassion. She is an assistant professor at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning and a teaching fellow at the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
How to Cite This: Watt, Trudy. Review of The Architecture of Good Behavior: Psychology & Modern Institutional Design in Postwar America, by Joy Knoblauch, JAE Online, May 7, 2021.
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