Heidi Sohn is academic and interim coordinator for the Architecture Theory chair. She received her PhD from the TU Delft in 2006 for her dissertation 'The Emergence of Urban Monsters: Postmodern Sublime and the Unconscious of Architecture'. Her research interests oscillate between the impact of political economy on territorial, spatial and material phenomena, and wider theoretical and philosophical concerns of architectural culture at large. She has edited the journal Footprint, and contributed to numerous publications. Over the years, she has been guest lecturer of architecture theory and design instructor at various institutions, among them DIA, Germany, and UMA, Sweden. Heidi is the Graduate School PhD mentor for the Architecture Department.