Mireille Roddier is an associate professor of architecture at the University of Michigan where she teaches in both the design and history/theory curriculum.
She holds a joint appointment with the department of Women and Gender Studies. Her research focuses on urban representation through the lens of class and gender, with an emphasis on urban photography in both Detroit and Paris. Her ongoing interest in the mechanisms and politics of representation has also fueled her design projects. The work of her collaborative design practice, Mitnick-Roddier, has received numerous awards, including the Architecture League of New York’s Young Architects Prize and Architectural Record’s 2005 Design Vanguard.