Mimi YiuWho's Who

Mimi Yiu is an early modern scholar who teaches in the English department at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on the cultural history of space, design, visuality, and performance. Her monograph Architectural Involutions: Writing, Staging, and Building Space c. 1435-1650 will be published by Northwestern University Press in spring 2014.

New works include a book-length project on the transmission of objects and patterns deemed "arabesque" and an article in REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature entitled "Prospero's Book of Architecture."