Cromley, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Collins Cromley is a Professor of Architectural History at the School of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston.  She has a special interest in vernacular architecture, and has published books and articles on a range of building types and topics including resort hotels, urban apartment houses, urban parks, house renovations and their meanings, home decorating using Native American objects, and the history of bedrooms.

On Rorotoko:

On her book The Food Axis: Cooking, Eating, and the Architecture of American Houses
(Our Cover Feature of January 18, 2011)