C. Greig Crysler is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture and Arcus Chair for Gender, Sexuality and the Built Environment, in the College of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley. He is author of Writing Spaces: Discourses of Architecture, Urbanism and the Built Environment and co-editor of the Sage Handbook of Architectural Theory. He is also co-organizer with Tiago Castela, of an interdisciplinary summer school and research program developed in conjunction with the Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal, on the effects of austerity programs on European cities and citizenship.
Shiloh Krupar is a Geographer and Associate Professor and Field Chair of the Culture and Politics Program in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She is author of Hot Spotter's Report: Military Fables of Toxic Waste and interim co-director of the wishful federal agency National Toxic Land/Labor Conservation Service. Several of her published articles address waste, spectacle, and eco-cities in Shanghai, China and their changing forms of environmental citizenship.
Together, Crysler and Krupar are working on a book and accompanying exhibition, entitled Museum of Waste: Capital/Ecology/Sovereignty, that explores the intersections of financial, environmental, and juridical urban crises.