Timothy Hyde is Associate Professor of Architecture at MIT. He is an architectural historian and theorist whose research has focused on intersections of architecture, urbanism and politics. He is the author of Constitutional Modernism: Architecture and Civil Society in Cuba, 1933-1959 as well as essays published in Perspecta, Thresholds, and Log. He is a founding member of the Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative and is one of the editors of the first Aggregate book, Governing by Design. He has been a MacDowell Colony Fellow and his work has been supported by grants from the Graham Foundation. Hyde received his B.A. from Yale University, M.Arch. from Princeton University, and Ph.D. from Harvard University.