Olga Touloumi teaches architectural history and spatial theories at Bard College. Her research concerns the role of space and politics in the production of publics and social structures. Her book manuscript The Global Interior examines the relationship between modern architecture and the United Nations in the mid-20th century, amidst debates on media democracies and liberal internationalism. She has co-edited Sound Modernities: Architecture, Media, and Design and Computer Architectures: Constructing the Common Ground, 1945-1980 (Routledge, 2019). She has presented her work internationally and her writing has appeared in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Buildings & Landscapes, Journal of Architecture, and Harvard Design Magazine, among others. Touloumi is the co-founder of the Feminist Art and Architectural Collaborative (FAAC).