Anna-Maria Meister is an architect and writer, and currently a PhD candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University. Her dissertation "From Form to Norm: The Systematization of Values in German Design 192x-195x" writes an alternative history of German modernity through questions of norm and normalization as institutional value production and dissemination in early 20th century Germany. Anna-Maria is a graduate affiliate in the European Cultural Studies program at Princeton, and the first architecture fellow in Princeton's IHUM Program, where she furthers her research through methodological studies in the history of science. During the Academic Year 2014/2015, she will be a fellow of the Berlin Program of the FU Berlin and the German Studies Association (GSA). Anna-Maria holds degrees in architecture from Columbia University, New York and the University of Technology, Munich. Her work has received funding through a DAAD Fellowship as well as grants and fellowships from Columbia University and Princeton University. Additionally to teaching and co-curating exhibitions and workshops, her research has been published in Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence, Ines Weizman ed. (Routledge 2013), and magazines such as Baumeister, Arch+, Architectural Review and others. She has co-curated Radical Pedagogies: Action-Reaction-Interaction at the Monditalia section of the 14th Architectural Biennale in Venice, which has received a Special Mention from the Jury.