William Littmann is a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley and Senior Adjunct Professor at the California College of the Arts, teaching classes in architectural history, the history of interiors, and visual studies. He received his Ph.D from UC Berkeley and his MA in print journalism from Columbia. He is currently on the Executive Committee of the board of the Vernacular Architecture Forum and part of the Society of Architectural Historians Mellon Data Gathering Initiative. He has also appeared on the public radio program “99% Invisible” and was managing editor of the journal Design Book Review from 1999 to 2001. His essay on the importance of walking as a form of research in architectural history will soon appear in the journal Buildings & Landscapes. He has recently published a history of the International Terminal in the book San Francisco International Airport, produced by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in 2018. He is currently working on a history of the buildings in Arizona, California, Oregon, and Washington to register Japanese-Americans for incarceration during World War II.