She Britton, Co-Convener of the ACSF 10 Symposium, is Professor of Art History at Diné College, the tribal college of the Navajo Nation. She previously taught at the Yale School of Architecture (2003-2018); the University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture + Planning; and was director of the architecture program in Paris of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. She received her PhD in Architecture from Harvard University. In 2018 she was a resident scholar at the Center of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, where she participated in the inquiry on religion and migration. She was the editor of Constructing the Ineffable (2010), and is currently working on Migration, Sacred Form, and Modern Architecture, a new publication in the Brill Research Perspectives on Religion and the Arts series. She is also a member of the ACSF Board.