Jordan Carver is an architectural writer, researcher, and educator.
He was Managing Editor at GSAPP Books at Columbia University and is currently a co-organizer of Who Builds Your Architecture? an advocacy group working on globalization and labor. His essays have been published in PLAT, Pidgin, Volume, CLOG, and the ARPA Journal among others. He received both his Masters of Architecture (M.Arch) and Masters of Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (MS. CCCP) from Columbia University. In 2013 he received a NYSCA grant to study the effects of sequestration and taxation on the built environment. As the Banham Fellow, he will conduct a yearlong research seminar examining the relationships between state funding, public infrastructure, and civic identity in the Buffalo region. This research will be realized through site-specific installations and a public symposium.