Lisa Haber-Thomson

Lisa Haber-Thomson is a lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Design. An architectural historian whose research explores the entanglements between territory, law, and architecture, she is currently at work on a book project that takes a multifaceted approach to the history of carceral architecture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In parallel, she works on the architectural implications of contemporary law, with topics including federal habeas doctrine and Eighth Amendment conditions of confinement claims.