Annie Pedret is an architectural historian of modern architecture with a specialization in post-World War II architecture and town planning.  She is the author of Team 10: an archival history (2013), has published in academic journals  and lectured internationally about CIAM, Team 10  and ethics in modern architecture.  Before becoming an historian Annie Pedret worked as an architect in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada on projects in Barcelona, Jeddah, The Gambia, as well as on the master plan for Expo’86, Vancouver.   Her interest in architecture and cities have taken her to various parts of the world including  Europe, Africa, India and she now lives in South Korea. She has taught architectural history and design studios at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and  currently as an Associate Professor at the Design Faculty, College of Fine Arts, Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea. She holds degrees in Architectural History and Theory (Ph.D. and S.M.Arch.S. MIT), Architecture (B.Arch., University of British Columbia), and Science (B.Sc., University of Toronto).