Lecturer in Architecture,
Yale School of Architecture
Karla Cavarra Britton is a historian of architecture, with a focus on contemporary sacred building. She teaches on the faculty of the School of Arts, Humanities, and English at Diné College on the Navajo Nation, the oldest tribally-run college in North America. She previously taught at the Yale School of Architecture, Columbia University, and the University of New Mexico. She received her PhD from Harvard in 1997. Her book Constructing the Ineffable: Contemporary Sacred Architecture was published by Yale School of Architecture in 2010.