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Anjulie Rao is a journalist and critic covering the built environment. Based in Chicago, much of her work reckons with the complexities of post-industrial cities; explores connections to place and land; and exposes intersections between architecture, landscapes, and cultural change. She is the founder and editor of Weathered, a Graham Foundation-awarded publication focused on cities and landscapes in the wintertime.

Anjulie is a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, an Adjunct faculty member at the University of Illinois Chicago, and previously taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She was a columnist at ARCHITECT magazine, and her bylines can be found in DwellThe Architect's Newspaper,  The Architectural Review, The New York Review of Architecture, and Landscape Architecture Magazine, among others.