Timothy M. Rohan is an associate professor of art history at The University of Massachusetts Amherst. He teaches the history of modern architecture from 1750 to the present and is particularly interested in the architecture of the post WWII period. Rohan recieved his PhD from Harvard in 2001. His articles have appeared in Grey Room, Casabella and the Harvard Design Magazine. He's also authoring a book on the American architect Paul Rudolph.