Ana Miljacki (b. Belgrade, Serbia) is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she teaches history, theory, and design. She has previously taught at Columbia University, City College, and Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Her recent publications include essays for Atomic Dwelling, Making Things Public, Handbook of Architectural Theory, Log, Thresholds, Perspecta and Praxis. She is currently working on three projects: a book about architects’ legitimating narratives in the postwar Czech architectural discourse, a project on citation, adaptation and mashup of architectural ideas in contemporary architecture, and on a critical assessment of the intersection of late socialism with postmodernism in architecture of Eastern Europe.