Addie Gordon is a Research Associate at ACLS. She holds a PhD in Art and Architectural History from Binghamton University, and her research is broadly interested in the social and political connotations of built space and material culture. Her doctoral dissertation, “Imaging Pilgrimage: Monumental Iconographies of Cultural Policy and Revitalization at the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia,” examined pilgrimage and the use of medievalisms in late 20th–early 21st century architectural interventions in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.  Addie is an advocate for public humanities and champions this work as the Digital Archivist and Editor for coLAB Arts, an oral-history based public arts non-profit in New Brunswick, NJ.